THE BOY ON LINCOLN'S LAP by Jerrold Beim

THE BOY ON LINCOLN'S LAP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A common problem in petty delinquency is solved by Alan and his two friends, who take on a bully, Danny, and make him repent his ways. A favorite play spot for Alan's trio is a large statue of Lincoln in their town. They have fun climbing about on it, and are shocked when Danny comes along and splashes white paint all over it, to spoil it for Lincoln's Birthday. But, three against one, the others make Danny clean up his mess and realize his mistake in time for the birthday ceremonies.

Pub Date: Aug. 17th, 1955
Publisher: Morrow