Happy Friday, everyone! It’s the Friday before Patriot’s Day/Marathon Monday (aka my favorite MA holiday) and the Friday before The Chance You Won’t Return officially hits selves. Eee! So for today’s Friday Fifteen, I’m featuring a few Amelia Earhart-ish books. Check out the latest in micro-book reviews:
1. Amelia Lost by Candace Fleming
Agent sent me a signed copy after she/Fleming were at a conference. Mid-revision inspiration!
2. The Fun of It by Amelia Earhart
Amelia talks about her own life, flying in general, and women aviators.
3. 20 Hours, 40 Min: Our Flight in the Friendship by Amelia Earhart
Earhart admits she was mostly a passenger on Friendship flight, but obvious she loves flying.
4. Amelia Earhart: Courage in the Sky by Mona Kerby
For 5th grade biography project. Thought, “If I have to read nonfiction, should pick Amelia.”
5. Last Flight by Amelia Earhart
Dispatches from Earhart’s final flight. Similar tonally to her other books, but ending still unsettling.
2 thoughts on “Friday Fifteen”
Have you read I WAS AMELIA EARHART by Jane Mendelsohn? A lovely, poetic fictionalized autobiography. I loved it! Four more days . . . 🙂
I haven’t, but oddly enough I think my husband might have it in his office. I’ll have to search and snag it! 🙂