This book is written in the form of an interview. It probes into the life of Amelia Earhart and asks the sort of questions that children would want to ask whilst providing a wealth of background information. In 1937, Amelia Earhart set off on her most daring adventure, an attempt to fly around the world. The flight was not completed, and Amelia was never seen again. But the legend of her extraordinary life, her courage and her determination still lives on today. In this book, the aviator and adventurer is asked, for example, if she was ever scared and if flying changed her life? It is one of a series which takes a personal look at the lives of historical figures and is illustrated with double spread artworks which make children feel they are seeing photographs from the character's lives. There are also maps of the routes the explorers took.
|Year of publication||1999|
|Number of pages||32|
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