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When Max uses his friend's computer to do a last-minute President's Day assignment, he accidentally triggers a time machine that brings the teenage Abe Lincoln to the present.

Abe turns out to be a cool guy. He loves pizza and quickly learns the fundamentals of basketball. In fact, he's the perfect center for the Putney School's basketball team!

With Abe slamming dunking, th
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Paperback, 131 pages
Published January 1st 1996 by Scholastic
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Jennifer Ramirez
May 20, 2012 Jennifer Ramirez rated it it was ok
Abe Lincoln For Class President is a good book, but I didn't like it. I would recommend this book for people that like history based books. I like how Max brings a historical figure to his time period with a time machine and now he has to return him back unless he wants the history to change.
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I thought this book was great because the author did a good job of imagineing what abe lincoin would do if he suddenly appeared in the present.
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Todd Strasser is an American author of more than 130 young-adult and middle grade novels and novelizations, some written under the pen names Morton Rue and T.S.Rue


Todd was born in New York City. When he was young his parents moved to Roslyn Heights, New York (Long Island). Todd went to the I.U. Willets Elementary school and then attended the Wheatley School for junior high and high school. His bes
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