Abraham Lincoln (D’Aulaire)

By: Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire


Abraham Lincoln continues to stand as America’s most beloved President. Of all it’s nation’s historical icons, Lincoln is the quintessential embodiment of American possibility in his mythic-like rise from rail-splitter to Chief Executive and Emancipator of the oppressed. The admiration felt by Americans for Lincoln’s humble integrity, his noble statesmanship, and his keen sense of justice, is beautifully captured in the d’Aulaires’ art and prose.

Product Description

Not since 1957 have D’Aulaire fans been able to enjoy the beauty of the stone lithographic work that earned these beloved author-artists the prestigious Caldecott Medal in 1940.

Now, in honour of the 75th Anniversary of their Caldecott Medal award, and marking a century and a half of emancipation, readers young and old will delight in this biography of America’s most beloved President. Beautiful Feet Books worked with Timothy Young, curator of Beinecke Rare Books and Manuscript Collection at Yale University Library, to restore the original art through brand new reproductions of the 1939 lithographic proofs.

“This 2015 edition from Beautiful Feet Books allows readers to view Abraham Lincoln as the d’Aulaires saw him. Because of the care with colour reproduction and the heavy ivory paper selected for the book, contemporary audiences can finally see why the d’Aulaires artwork was held in awe by those who first saw it published.” – Anita Silvey

“This facsimile edition shares a similar dedication to detail and wonderfully conveys the sense of joy and beauty found in the original.” – Timothy Young

Additional Information

Weight .35 kg
Dimensions 8.4 × 6.8 × 0.6 in


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Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire


Beautiful Feet Books




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