My life with the Lincolns
My dad used to be Abraham Lincoln. When I was six and learning to read, I saw his initials were A. B. E., Albert Baruch Edelman. ABE. That's when I knew.
Mina Edelman believes that she and her family are the Lincolns reincarnated. Her main task for the next three months: to protect her father from assassination, her mother from insanity, and herself—Willie Lincoln incarnate—from death at age twelve.
Apart from that, the summer of 1966 should be like any other. But Mina's dad begins taking Mina along to hear speeches by Martin Luther King, Jr in Chicago. And soon he brings the freedom movement to their own small town, with consequences for everyone, in Gayle Brandeis's My Life with the Lincolns.
Level 5.3, 10 Points
|Grouped Work ID||0b03a56b-51d1-90e7-0074-0fca7cc80c33|
|Grouping Title||my life with the lincolns|
|Grouping Author||brandeis gayle|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-08-16 04:48:42AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-08-17 04:51:33AM|
|detailed_location_arlington||Central Kids Fiction|
|display_description||In 1966 Illinois, twelve-year-old Wilhelmina, convinced that she, her parents, and sisters are Abraham Lincoln's family reincarnated, determines to keep them from suffering the same fates, which is complicated when she and her father become involved in the civil rights movement.|
Arlington Public Library
Connection Crystal City
|subject_facet||Illinois -- History -- 20th century -- Juvenile fiction|
|title_display||My life with the Lincolns|
|title_full||My life with the Lincolns / Gayle Brandeis|
|title_short||My life with the Lincolns|