Girls Fly!

A chance conversation between young Charlene and her two brothers about what she wants to do when she is an adult blossoms into an educational dialogue in which Charlene teaches her brothers a thing or two about women and their participation in the field of aeronautics.

Beginning with her revelation that Leila Marie Cody flew in a kite years before the Wright brothers created their airplane, Charlene continues with a “who’s who” of influential female figures. Recounting history from Anne Morrow Lindbergh, who was the first American woman to earn her glider pilot’s license, to Dr. Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman astronaut, Charlene confirms that girls can be anything they want to be—and, in fact, they can fly!

32 Pages
31 Color illustrations

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