I am Amelia Earhart
Embrace your sense of adventure by picking up this biography of Amelia Earhart, ideal for kids between five and eight years old.
Amelia Earhart was a girl who loved adventure, and never let anybody stop her from trying new things. Even things that girls had never done beforelike flying all the way across the Atlantic Ocean! She worked harder than anyone else and she never gave up on her dreams. Eventually she broke flying records and proved to the world that women can soar just as high as men.
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Amelia Earhart was called "Lady Lindy" because her bone structure and thin build resembled that of Charles Lindbergh.
She named her first airplane Canary.
The U.S. Government spent $4 million on the missing person search for Earhart, the most costly in history at the time.
She published a memoir called The Fun of It in 1932.