Mr. Lincoln's whiskers
by Winnick, Karen B.
The true story of Grace Bedell, who suggested that Abraham Lincoln grow a beard.
A picture book of Abraham Lincoln
by Adler, David A.
Follows the life of the popular president, from his childhood on the frontier to his assassination after the end of the Civil War.
A. Lincoln and me
by Borden, Louise.
With the help of his teacher, a young boy realizes that he not only shares his birthday and similar physical appearance with Abraham Lincoln, but that he is like him in other ways as well.
America : a patriotic primer
by Cheney, Lynne V.
Each letter of the alphabet is represented by important people, ideas, and events in the history of the United States.
by Gerstein, Mordicai
In 1868, John Bardsley, an immigrant from England, brought one thousand sparrows from his home country back to Philadelphia, where he hoped they would help save the trees from the inch-worms that were destroying them. Based on a true story.
Kidtopia: 'round the country and back through time in 60 projects
by Gould, Roberta
Tea taxes and eye patches: Colonial America -- Eat, drink, and be merry: North Country pioneer life -- Hain't much, but you're welcome to it: Southern country roots -- Terderfeet and greenhorns: The California gold rush -- Lizards and skulls: The American Southwest -- Living on the edge: The Pacific Rim -- Film and fantasy: Hollywood.
Henry and the kite dragon
by Hall, Bruce Edward
In New York City in the 1920s, the children from Chinatown go after the children from Little Italy for throwing rocks at the beautiful kites Grandfather Chin makes, not realizing that they have a reason for doing so.
Thanksgiving in the White House
by Hines, Gary
Young Tad Lincoln is excited about the new national holiday until he learns that the cook plans to serve Jack the turkey as the main course for Thanksgiving dinner.
Saving Strawberry Farm
by Hopkinson, Deborah
During the Great Depression, Davey learns that a neighbor's property is about to be auctioned, and he rallies his friends, neighbors, and family to help save Strawberry Farm.
Virgie goes to school with us boys
by Howard, Elizabeth Fitzgerald
In the post-Civil War South, a young African American girl is determined to prove that she can go to school just like her older brothers.
by Levitin, Sonia
After her family moves to California where her father goes to work in the gold fields, Amanda decides to make her own fortune baking pies and she encourages others to provide the necessary services--from a general store to a school--that enables her town to prosper.
by Peacock, Carol Antoinette
A young pilgrim girl and the cat she discovers on the Mayflower voyage begin their life together in the Plymouth settlement.
A place called Freedom
by Sanders, Scott R.
After being set free from slavery in 1832, young James Starman and his family journey from Tennessee to Indiana to start a new life and over the years they are joined by so many blacks that they start their own town.
George Washington's cows
by Small, David
Humorous rhymes about George Washington's farm where the cows wear dresses, the pigs wear wigs, and the sheep are scholars.
Do you have a hat?
by Spinelli, Eileen
Rhyming text describes a great variety of hats worn by celebrities throughout history.
Abe Lincoln remembers
by Turner, Ann Warren
A simple description of the life of Abraham Lincoln, presented from his point of view.