It is well-known that Abraham Lincoln walked miles to borrow books when he was a child. “Abe Lincoln Loved to Read” has a page and a half of informational text describing Abe’s love of reading. It tells how he worked three days for a farmer to pay for letting one of his books get soaked in the rain. Simple dialog is included to make the selection more interesting. A black-and-white drawing showing Lincoln reading by firelight completes the second page. The third page includes ten literal comprehension questions in “fill-in-the-blank” format. The reading strategy is that students look back to the story to answer many of the 10 literal comprehension questions. The fourth page is the answer key. If you use this with kindergarteners you will probably have to provide them extra guidance if they are not yet readers. First Graders and Second Graders should be able to handle this product fine. Older low-functioning students, including those in Special Education, would probably benefit from it and like it, too. This product, “Abe Lincoln Loved to Read” makes a great set if used along with my other Presidents’ Day product, “George Washington and the Cherry Tree.” This product is a word document that you can easily edit if necessary.