Amelia Earhart

£6.99

One of the most famous people on the world in the 1930s was Amelia Earhart, the daredevil pilot who was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.  She also broke many other aviation records.  She had been fascinated by flying from a very early age and her determination to become a great aviator was truly inspirational.

In this great little biography, readers will find out how she tricked her father into letting her fly, how her expertise in publicity helped to pay her way and how she became a fashion icon.

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Amelia Earhart

Andrew Prentice, illustrated by Mike Smith

(David Fickling Books – First Names Series)

Amelia Earhart was a pioneering female pilot who became one of the most famous people on the planet.  As a young girl, she was fascinated by speed and the daring exploits of early aviation.  Furthermore, as she became more famous she was also savvy enough to use that fame to inspire others and help to fund her flying adventure plans.
Moreover, this excellent potted biography of Amelia digs into her amazing life with great style and humour.  We follow her exploits as she drove herself on through challenge after challenge, sometimes quite recklessly.
Readers can learn more about other pioneers in Great Adventurers and Lighter Than Air, both in the Bookwagon store.

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