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Action Presidents #2: Abraham Lincoln! Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-10-04 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:006239407X
LANGUAGE:English

" Energetic, concise and unafraid of truths, the story of Abraham Lincoln is told in graphic novel form, so well it’s should be in schools. The second book in the set tells an exciting history without ignoring the gritty parts. Pure joy to read. " said.

"I didn't like this as much as the first AP, but I still like it enough. I think the main reason I didn't like this was because of the Civil War. For some reason I'm not interested int he Civil War, probably because they spend so long teaching it in schools. Like the last volume though, I like that this brings up the pros and cons of Lincoln. The next book Is going to be a Theodore Roosevelt (my favorite president to learn about).

I should note these books will skip of some important facts, but that's kind of a given with most non-fictional comic books. I feel like the Thomas Jefferson part for Action Philosophers was a predecessor for this series, hence why he's not really in these books as much.

Also, you don't need to read Action Presidents in order. It might help chronologically, but this doesn't have a story.
" said.

" This outing is slightly stronger than the first volume, mostly because you can't go wrong liberally quoting Abraham Lincoln in your book. If only that silly turkey narrator could get plucked...out of the series.I'm looking forward to Teddy Roosevelt's turn next time. " said.

" I love this series because it is so accessible and informative. Young children will enjoy learning about Lincoln and will have many questions that will lead down the road to further reading - just the right balance of history and humor. " said.

"I didn't like this as much as the first AP, but I still like it enough. I think the main reason I didn't like this was because of the Civil War. For some reason I'm not interested int he Civil War, probably because they spend so long teaching it in schools. Like the last volume though, I like that this brings up the pros and cons of Lincoln. The next book Is going to be a Theodore Roosevelt (my favorite president to learn about).

I should note these books will skip of some important facts, but that's kind of a given with most non-fictional comic books. I feel like the Thomas Jefferson part for Action Philosophers was a predecessor for this series, hence why he's not really in these books as much.

Also, you don't need to read Action Presidents in order. It might help chronologically, but this doesn't have a story.
" said.

" This outing is slightly stronger than the first volume, mostly because you can't go wrong liberally quoting Abraham Lincoln in your book. If only that silly turkey narrator could get plucked...out of the series.I'm looking forward to Teddy Roosevelt's turn next time. " said.

" I love this series because it is so accessible and informative. Young children will enjoy learning about Lincoln and will have many questions that will lead down the road to further reading - just the right balance of history and humor. " said.

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