This is an intersting photo biography of Abraham Lincoln who didn't have his first photograph taken until the age of 37. It's a perspective on Lincoln's life that includes photographs of the president and the people who impacted him. The narrative also features Matthew Brady, the Civil War photographer who took the portrait Lincoln credited with winning him the presidency.
Each layout includes a photo or photographic spread on one page and text in large readable font on the other. Each layout is also a separate piece of the story that you can read in a few minutes. This is a great introduction to one of our greatest presidents. You might want to pair it with Russell Freedman's Newberry Award winning Lincoln: A Photobiography.