By Heather Lehr Wagner |
On a misty morning in 1928, a plane appeared out of the clouds and landed in a small Welsh town. The plane had come from America, and on board was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic — a young pilot named Amelia Earhart. Born in Kansas in 1897, she has inspired countless aviators — both men and women — to fly more, to fly faster, and to fly better. INTERMEDIATE-up.
104 pages, 7 x 9.5 inches, hardcover