Showing posts with label Amelia Earhart. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Amelia Earhart. Show all posts

June 17, 2010

On this day in 1928

Amelia Earhart began the flight that made her the first woman to successfully fly across the Atlantic Ocean.

October 19, 2009

New Amelia Earhart Movie Opening Friday: Now Read the Book

Hillary Swank is starring in the new movie this Friday titled: Amelia. Seeing Swank in her flying outfit, it is amazing how much she looks like Earhart! This movie will spike the interests of young people in the famous lost flyer, and we have several books on Amelia Earhart that may be just right your readers. Information about the movie can be found at:

In his new book, Unsolved: What Really Happened to Amelia Earhart? author John Micklos, Jr. discusses the various theories surrounding her disappearance and what is being done today as the search continues to discover what became of this famous female pilot. Micklos includes details from Earhart’s final flight, including dialogue from the last known radio contact with her. Discover how this young adventurous girl became the well-respected pilot with an unsolved mystery ending. For ages 11 and up. ISBN:
978-0-7660-2365-9. Visit and search 'Earhart' to see the other titles we have on the lost flyer.