Is your class studying our nations's 16th President? Are you studying biographies and want something to really challenge your readers and hold them accoutable? If you, this is the tool for you. This book on Abraham Lincoln is the nonfiction companion to the Magic Tree House -- Abe Lincoln at Last, but it can be read alone. This literature study is jammed-packed with lots of great graphic organizers and questions to help students remember and summarize the main idea of each chapter. This can be done as whole-group or in your reading groups. Graphic organizers include main idea and supporitng details, sequencing, character traits using evidence from the text, summarizing, forming and supporting an opinion, and compare and contrast. The last page is a timeline that could be used with any biography. If your class is Abraham Lincoln, then this is the tool to not only help them understand the content, but increase their reading of nonfiction.