Definition of Jacob Abbott
What does the word Jacob Abbott mean?
part of speech: noun
An American writer; born in Hallowell, Me., Nov. 14, 1803; died at Farmington, Me., Oct. 31, 1879. His works, comprising over 200 titles, chiefly of stories for the young, were widely read in his own day. Among the best known are: "The Rollo Books" (28 vols.); "The Franconia Stories" (10 vols.); "The Marco Paul Series" (6 vols.).