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  • Title: Lost Star: The Story of Amelia Earheart
  • Author: Patricia Lauber
  • ISBN: 9780590411592
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback

  • A fascinating look at the life of a remarkable woman and the unsolved mystery surrounding her disappearance during her attempt to fly around the world in 1937 Photographs.
    Patricia Lauber
    Patricia Lauber is the author of than sixty five books for young readers Many of them are in the field of science, and their range reflects the diversity of her own interests bats, dolphins, dogs, volcanoes, earthquakes, the ice ages, the Everglades, the planets, and earthworms Two of her books, SEEDS POP STICK GLIDE and JOURNEY TO THE PLANETS, were nonfiction nominees for The American Book Award She was the 1983 winner of The Washington Post Children s Book Guild Award for her overall contribution to children s nonfiction literature.As well as writing books, Ms Lauber has been editor of Junior , editor in chief of Science World, and chief editor, science and mathematics, of The New Book of Knowledge A graduate of Wellesley College, she is married and lives in Connecticut When not writing, she enjoys hiking, sailing, traveling, cooking, reading, and listening to music.


    Mahdi Aljamri
    دائماً علينا ان نقيّم الكتب بناءاً على قناعاتنا، لا قناعات الآخرين، عندما افتتحت الكتيب انجذبت لأول صفحة فيه، وعندما وجدت في الصفحات اللاحقة كثافة المعلومات بدأت أملّ منه، وكنت أود تأجيل قراءته واستبداله بكتاب آخر، وزاد على ذلك انني قرأت تعليقاً في القود ريدز لقارئ قد وضع [...]

    3.5. She was seriously almost done with the journey when she went down in the Pacific. Wow! And if the Japanese did capture her, ugh, she was a world wide legend, an American daughter, just can't even. Solid children's book. I liked the explanation of the Lost Star at end of book. Nice index.

    Lost Star: The Story of Amelia Earheart, a short nonfiction book, is a quick, informative read. The story was well-written and flowed nicely.

    Amelia Mary Earhart was born on July 24, 1897. Amelia was a daring child and did not understand why girls could not do what boys could do. She lived for adventure and challenged herself throughout her life. Amelia began taking flying lessons and fell in love, setting goals for herself along the way. She became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean and the first to fly from the Atlantic to the Pacific and back again. She set out to become the first woman to fly around the world, starti [...]

    Daniel P
    I thought that the Lost Star was a pretty good book, It gave a lot of information about Amelia Earhart and how her life was. Amelia was a great person because she fought for women's rights. She had a lot of dreams that she wanted to pursue and never thought that she would want to have a career as a pilot. She became really famous as a pilot for being the first women to fly over the Atlantic ocean along with many other hard obstacles in her life. After she flew over the Atlantic she wanted to con [...]

    •It was actually quite boring like every other nonfiction book ever. But otherwise I learned a lot about Amelia Earheart.•I chose this book because I needed a quick read and someone recommended it to me.•This book is kinda boring but very informational. So if your looking for a book to learn a lot, this is the one.•My favorite part of this book is when Amelia becomes a pilot and starts taking lessons. It important because she finally realizes what she wants to do and she makes the effort [...]

    Johnny Bennett
    Patricia Lauber does a good job introducing young adults to the character that was Amelia Earheart. This book starts with a little back story on the family Earheart and lays ground work for how Amelia’s life plays out. A youth that involved some moving around the country may have generated her love of traveling. Anybody who’s never heard of Earheart does not know this so spoiler alert – she dies in the end – maybe. The knowledge of the ending of the story always bothers me a little but i [...]

    She was quite the pioneer. It also discusses the mystery about her disappearance while trying to reach the Howland Islands during her flight around the world by the equator. The Howland Islands were so small-- 2 miles long and a half mile in diameter. You’d think they could have found a bigger island to land on for refueling. Her radio was not working properly and there was a lot of static so the US Coast Guard Cutter, Itasca, did not make any headway trying to communicate with her and Fred No [...]

    Laura Verret
    Just about everyone’s heard of Amelia Earhart, darling aviatress of the 1900s. But I for one knew little about the real woman.This biography does a much better job of exploring Earhart’s life than Amelia Earhart which focused exclusively on the events of Amelia’s childhood. An understanding of Amelia’s childhood is essential to an understanding of her adulthood – her parents’ views and behavior affected her dramatically – but it can’t end there. In this book we are treated to an [...]

    Lauber wrote an inspiring book for all with her dipiction of Amelia Earhart's life. The book explains how Earhart grew up in Kansas and throughout the midwest, became a nurse ina Canadian military hospital during World War I, and after the war, she returned to college to study for a year before she moved to California. It was in Los Angeles in 1921, that Amelia took up flying. She quickly became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic within a decade of flying. This book would work perfectly [...]

    Alondra Munoz
    Lost star is about Amelia Earhart the first female to fly around the world. Amelia was a very daring girl and didn’t agree as to why women couldn’t do everything men could do, she obviously proved everyone wrong because she was the first female to fly around the world. It also goes into the disappearance of Amelia and how the world reacted and tried really hard to find her. I liked this book it was very inspiring to see Amelia followed her dreams and how committed she stayed regardless of al [...]

    This was a simplified version of the Amelia Earheart story and was really easy to understand. It was very in intriguing. I think the author did a really good job in telling the story of Amelia Earheart's life and what people think happened to Amelia when she got lost. I would recommend this book because it was short and simple, which made it really easy to understand.

    Shivani Gupta
    Amelia Earheart was the first woman pilot to cross the Atlantic Ocean. She never lost hope and dared to do everything what men could do. Despite all odds, she continued to venture to new heights, till she disappeared while flying under circumstances, not known to anyone.

    After reading many juvenile books to my home schooler I still wanted to know more about AE this was a GREAT read!

    I thought this was a very well done YA book. It had facts from her childhood as well as her adulthood and accomplishments. I'm anxious to see the movie and this book set the stage for me.

    I licked it and I recommend it for people who want to know more about Amelia Earhart.

    I love learning about Amelia Earhart. She's so cool, so daring! And the mystery of her fate gets on my nerves. I want to know more about her so much! That's why I enjoyed this book.

    An amazing story about Amelia Earheart



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    The Story of Amelia Earhart: Lost Star by Patricia Lauber is a non-fiction book that was published in 1988.

    It told a good life story!

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