Amelia Earhart was a legend - but perhaps an unlikely one at that. You see, Amelia Earhart was not always the dashing heroine that most of us associate with her name. She began life as a rather shy girl, who often found herself having to hide from her troubled upbringing. As her family life spiraled out of control, Amelia Earhart was forced to move from state to state, town to town, never getting the chance to put down roots. The high school she graduated from was one of many she attended, and a caption by her photo for that semester’s yearbook seems to have said it all. It read, “The girl in brown who walks alone.” But even as her peers scoffed at the girl in brown slacks who walked a lonely path, Amelia Earhart was charting a course for a tremendous destiny.
Inside, you will listen about:
- A Turbulent Childhood
- First Transatlantic Flight
- Earhart in the White House
- Amelia Earhart's Disappearance
- Theories and Explanations
- And Much More!
In this book, we will follow all of the hurdles that this heroine surmounted in order to become one of the most famous pilots of all time.
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- Stephen Graham
The book is read by a computer bot not a real person. i don't want to pay for that
- Steven Ray Hill
My grandmother was Amelia Earhart's best friend until she moved from where she was born.