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With more than 100 full-color photographs and illustrations and detailed sidebars, this entry in DK's acclaimed Biography series celebrate a pioneer who changed how the world is viewed: aviatrix Amelia Earhart.

Supports the Common Core State Standards.

Hardcover, 128 pages
Published on January 29, 2007 by DK Children
ISBN-10: 075662553X
ISBN-13: 9780756625535
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    fakypadohadanuThursday, January 24, 2019 at 11:09 am55 starsFeatured
    '' Amelia Earhart a photo graphic story of a life'' is a great book it was really fun to read and the book really helped me understand everything Amelia has done and has been through. “ Amelia Earhart a photographic story of a life’’ is written by Tanya Lee Stone, the photo researcher is Ana Burns Images, and the book is a biography. For the longest time Amelia’s parents ( Amy and Edwin) couldn’t get married because Amy’s father was afraid Edwin wouldn’t be able to provide for her, five years pass and Amy’s father was finally convinced. Amelia is born not to long after and she’s a daredevil. She gets way older and starts taking flying lessons she even gets her flying licence a short time after, she setts records and does other great things, but not to long after her fame ended July 3,1989. A lesson Amelia learned is even if others fail or tell you that you can’t do something you must try to do it. Something Amelia once said was, ‘’Women must try to do things, as men have tried. When they fail their failure is but a challenge to others.’’ (pg 97) ( Amelia Earhart a photographic story of a life) In conclusion, I would recommend this book because it teaches the history of a person who had a powerful effect on society. One unanswered question I have for Amelia is was Noonan responsible for the crash?