[ Reading ] ➺ Amelia Earhart Author Shelley Tanaka – Varanus.us

Amelia Earhart The Ever Fascinating Story Of The Legendary Pilot Is Given New Life In This Vividly Told True Life Adventure Ever Since Amelia Earhart And Her Plane Disappeared On July 2, 1937, People Have Wanted To Know About This Remarkable Woman Amelia Earhart Follows The Charismatic Aviator From Her First Sight Of An Airplane At The Age Of Ten To The Last Radio Transmission She Made Before She Vanished Illustrated With Original Artworks, Contemporary Photographs, Quotes, And Details, This Is A Great Introduction To The Famous Pilot The Book Includes A Bibliography And An Index.

[ Reading ] ➺ Amelia Earhart  Author Shelley Tanaka – Varanus.us
  • Hardcover
  • 48 pages
  • Amelia Earhart
  • Shelley Tanaka
  • English
  • 09 January 2018
  • 0810970953

    10 thoughts on “[ Reading ] ➺ Amelia Earhart Author Shelley Tanaka – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    when i first learned i had to read this for class, and i brought a picture of the cover up on the screen, i thought amelia was shooting laser beams out of her eyes like a robot imagine my disappointment i never really understood the amelia earhart fascination she was just a pretty girl who got herself lost mysteriously she is famous for having failed mysteriously and we will love our failures but i know she paved the way for spunky girls everywhere, and lord knows i havent done anythin when i first learned i had to read this for class, and i brought a pic...


  2. says:

    1 Book summary, in your own words 3 pts Through this book, children learn about the life of Amelia Earhart from the time she was a child u until she dissappeared Students not only learn about the first female aviator, but also about planes and a piece of history The illustrations in the book a phenome...


  3. says:

    1 In this book, Amelia Earhart sees her first plane in 1908, when she was only 11 years old, however surprisingly she was not interested or impressed with the plane Later on in the book, we learn that she had went through jobs as far as a nurse s aid, photographer, truck driver, and a teacher She was then asked to ride as a passenger across the Atlantic Ocean She figured since none of the other jobs were working out for her, she would do it This made her to first woman to travel in a plane 1 In this book, Amelia Earhart sees her first plane in 1908, when she was only 11 years old, however surprisingly she wa...


  4. says:

    I think this was a good book to read and would be a good book for students in elementary school to read There have been a thousand books written about Earhart, but what I liked about this one was the way there are paintings and pictures worked into the text I think the format really works to keep the reader engaged with visuals that support the text The topic of flying is exciting enough, but the use of visuals in this book just add to the effect.This book is broken down into five parts, and I think this was a good book to read and would be a good book for students in elementary school to read There have been a thou...


  5. says:

    Summary Growing up Amelia loved airplanes since she was a little girl She told her dad that she wanted to fly and she graduated from prep school and then started her flying lessons Amelia had a very expensive hobby so she needed a way to fund it She started many businesses that failed and took up odd jobs Amelia s love for flying grew and eventually she wanted to fly around the world Amelia set off for this exploration but sadly she never returned Grade 4th 5thClassroom HistoryIndividua Summary Growing up Amelia loved airplanes since she was a little girl She told her dad that she wanted to fly and she graduated from prep school and then started her flying lessons Amelia had a very expensive hobby so she needed a way to fund it She started many businesses that failed and took up odd jobs Amelia s love for flying grew and eventually she wanted to fly around the world A...


  6. says:

    This book is for older readers although it has a picture book format The author describes Earhart s childhood and how much she loved adventure games, maps, and atlases When she couldn t find games challenging enough, she invented her own For example, she built her own roller coaster in her backyard when she was seven.After World War I, it happened that Earhart visited a military flying field and she decided she wanted to fly Her father arranged for her to ride in a plane and she was hooked This book is for older readers although it has a picture book format The author describes Earhart s childhood and how much she loved adventure games, maps, and atlases When she couldn t find games challenging enough, she invented her own For example, she built her own roller coaster in her backyard when she was seven.After World War I, it happened that Earhart ...


  7. says:

    Summary This is the book that won the Orbus Pictus Medal in 2009 The book is a simple and factual retelling of Amelia Earhart s life and love of flying It starts out with her in her early years when she isn t interested in flying It tells a little bit about her family life, her sister Muriel, her father s drinking problem, her mother and father separating, and when she got her interest in flying After the point in the story when Amelia gets an interest in flying the book mainly focuses on t Summary This is the book that won the Orbus Pictus Medal in 2009 The book is a simple and factual retelling of Amelia Earhart s life and love of flying It starts out with her in her early years when she isn t interested in flying It tells a little bit about her family life, her sister Muriel, her father s drinking problem, her mother and father separating, and when she got her interest in flying After the poi...


  8. says:

    Amelia Earhart The Legend of the Lost Aviator tells a terrific story of the life of Amelia Earhart The book starts in the beginning of Amelia s life before she found her love for piloting The book reads chronologically through Amelia s life talking about her different experiences with finding herself as she grows up The story eventually gets to the tragic end of what is known about Amelia Earhart, talking about her final flight and disappearance This is a very informational book that is eas Amelia Earhart The Legend of the Lost Aviator tells a terrific story of the life of Amelia Earhart The book starts in the beginning of Amelia s life before she found her love for piloting The book reads chronologically through Amelia s life talking about her different experiences with finding herself as she grows up The story eventually gets to the tragic end of what is known about Amelia Earhart, talking about her final flight and disappearance This is a very informational book that is easy for most ages to read I think that it would be an interesting book to read as a class with maybe 4th or 5th graders It would also be a great way for students to get information about Amelia if a student wants to d...


  9. says:

    Amelia Earhart The Legend of the Lost Aviator by Shelley Tanaka is a legendary story about the famous pilot who made people stop and think the story focuses on Amelia Earhart and her plane that disappeared on July 2 in 1937 Amelia Earhart was an amazing woman due and her love for airplanes inspired many This book captures the wonder illustr...


  10. says:

    This interesting and informative non fiction biography of Amelia Earhart in a picture book format for juvenile readers features numerous historical black and white photos from Amelia s life and career, as well as supplemental full color illustrations and several sidebars providing additional information Other featured individuals include Amelia s promotor and eventual husband, George Putnam her flying instructor, Neta Snook the navigator on her final around the world flight attempt, Fred Noon This interesting and informative non fiction biography of Amelia Earhart in a picture book format for juvenile readers features numerous histori...

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