In 1916 a young woman named Ruth Law attempted to fly from Chicago to New York City in one day--something no one else had ever done. This is the story of that daring attempt. Beautifully detailed watercolors dramatize a dangerous journey made by the pilot President Woodrow Wilson called "great". Full-color illustrations.
About the Author :
Don Brown has contributed to Ruth Law Thrills a Nation as an author.
Don Brown's acclaimed picture book biographies include "Mack Made Movies," an ALA Notable Book and Kirkus Editors' Choice; and "Kid Blink Beats the World," a New York Public Library Best Book of the Year, praised by Kirkus Reviews for its "lively writing." He lives on Long Island, New York, with his family.
|Title:||Ruth Law Thrills a Nation||Publisher:||Houghton Mifflin Company|
|Author:||Don Brown, Don Brown|
|No. of Pages:||32|
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