Flying Ace: The Story Of Amelia Earhart (turtleback School And Library Binding Edition) (dk Readers: Level 4 (pb))Consumer Rating
- Number of Pages: 48
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Amelia Earhart may possibly be on the list of most popular ladies in history. Initially recognized as the first woman to fly the Atlantic, she went on to execute many other amazing airborne feats, including a solo Atlantic flight, one more from Hawaii to California, and, possibly her most legendary trip ever, an ill-fated attempt to fly around the world. This flight ended abruptly and mysteriously over the Pacific, when Earhart lost radio contact having a Coast Guard crew, the last people to hear her voice before she disappeared forever.
Angela Bull tells the story of the fearless aviator in Flying Ace, a Level 4 book in Dorling Kindersley's four-level learning-to-read series. Level 4, for proficient readers in grades 2 through 4, utilizes wealthy vocabulary and a lot much more challenging sentence structures to encourage children to expand their reading skills and common knowledge, and to develop a love of reading. The multilevel reading program offers age-appropriate stories for all the early reader levels, preschool through grade 4. DK is recognized for its visual style, making use of dramatic photographs and illustrations and engaging text to motivate young youngsters to"learn to read--then study to learn!"(Ages 7 to 10) --Emilie Coulter Additional sidebar information (about prohibition, navigational tools, 1920s and '30s fashion, other aviator heroes, and so on.) together with a glossary are included for a thorough exploration of the times and locations in which Earhart lived and worked.
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