By Jane Moore Howe
Those true-life stories of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart, in keeping with the remembrances of her sister Pidge, will motivate and thrill younger readers. youngsters will cheer as Amelia rescues neighbor boys from an indignant puppy and while she builds her personal “rolly coaster” off the roof of her grandparents’ shed. Amelia’s fascination at seeing her first plane, in addition to her interest, braveness, and resolution to profit, will make this portrayal of an American heroine a favourite of either teenagers and adults.
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So did Miss Hall. Then the teacher said, "It's time for your English compositions. " The children went back to their seats. They got out their tablets and pencils. Some squirmed in their seats and looked out the window. Others chewed their pencils. Then they began to write their compositions. After a while Miss Hall said, "Time's up. " She glanced through the pile of collected papers and chose one. "Here is one I'll read first. It is very good. " She began to read: "I watch the birds flying all day long, And I want to fly too.
Tootie and Katchie came out of their house next door and the four little girls started off to school. Miss Hall turned the big globe of the world around and around. " "Here is Europe," the teacher said, "here the British Isles. " She slowly turned the globe. "Asia is on this side of the world. And away down under is Australia. " asked Baily Waggoner. "That's what we're going to learn this year in geography," Miss Hall answered. " asked Eddie Jackson. "Not in geography. We learn about people in history.
Pidge, they're bloomers. " Pidge held up the next one. " She looked again into the box. " Amelia pulled the letter off the box and read the note aloud to Pidge. "Mama says here, 'These are for you to wear for play. I'm tired of so many ruined dresses. Have lots of fun in them. '" "Aren't they grand, Melia! " "And we can climb and jump so much better. " The girls gathered up box and bloomers. They hurried to their room. Grandma Otis returned from a shopping trip in town. She had the cab driver help her bring in a large package.
Amelia Earhart, Young Air Pioneer (Young Patriots series) by Jane Moore Howe