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What Really Happened to Amelia Earhart?

Series: Prime (Middle/Senior)

By John Micklos, Jr.

In UNSOLVED: WHAT REALLY HAPPENED TO AMELIA EARHART?, author John Micklos, Jr., discusses the various theories surrounding her disappearance and what is being done today as the search continues to discover what became of this famous female pilot. Micklos includes details from Earhart’s final flight, including dialogue from the last known radio contact with her. Discover how this young adventurous girl became the well-respected pilot with an unsolved mystery ending.

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". . . one of the most fascinating, well-constructed, and straight-forward biographies I have read for this age group. The book contained just the right amount of detail, and reflected considerable research on the part of the author."

Highlands Regional Library Cooperative, May 30, 2007

"Easy & interesting to read."

San Jose Unified School District, October 2008

"Chock-full of photos, including an aerial view of the diminutive Howland Island, Unsolved captures the imagination. The author highlights specific subjects and concepts that are essential to understanding Earhart’s character and times."

School Library Journal, July 2007

". . . Micklos presents the few facts and many theories about Earhart's disappearance. The text is . . . generally exciting."

The Horn Book Guide, Fall 2007

". . . an interesting book to read . . . The book is easy to read and the chapters are not too long for middle school readers . . . a good book for both middle school and high school libraries."

Denver Public Schools, February 7, 2008

". . . an excellent biography . . ."

Waco Independent School District, March 2007

". . . an interesting book for any middle school or high school student to read for information or a report."

Omaha Public Schools, March 21, 2007

". . . this well-illustrated biography of Amelia Earhart will entice readers from late elementary into adulthood."

Delaware County Library System, September 15, 2007

"The book is extremely well-documented and there is balanced discussion of the multiple theories about Earhart’s disappearance."

Denton Independent School District, May 25, 2008

"Useful for reports, this is a solid introduction to an intriguing subject."

Booklist, July 17, 2007

". . . an excellent book that covers everything a student would want and need to know about Amelia Earhart for a book report or other project."

Infolink Book Evaluation Program, February 2009

"Interesting reading."

Lincoln Public Schools, August 2008

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