I've read plenty of biographies of Abraham Lincoln, so any new ones I read need to have a unique viewpoint or hook. In Lincoln Through the Lens, Martin Sandler ties important events in Lincoln's life to photographs taken of him. This is by no means a thorough examination of Lincoln's life, but I still think it's worth a look. Some of the photos selected for use are rare and readers will enjoy viewing these.
While probably not the best choice if you're looking for information for a report (except for supplementary information), the casual reader will find it fun to peruse. I give it a 'B.'