I Fly by Anne Rockwell
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From the exhilaration of take-off to the joy of seeing one's family at the arrival gate, here is an ideal book to prepare a child for his or her first airline flight--solo or en famille. Anne Rockwell, beloved author of many popular children's books on transportation, takes readers on a typical flight, describing in fascinating detail the many sights, sounds, and feelings of the journey from a young traveler's point of view. Annette Cable's (Me on the Map) detailed and vibrant illustrations perfectly complement the child-friendly text while her bird's-eye views show the earth spread out like a giant patchwork quilt.  
 

About Anne Rockwell

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Anne Rockwell is an acclaimed creator of innumerable children's books. She lives in Greenwich, Connecticut. Joan Sweeney and Annette Cable's successful collaborations include "Me on the Map," "Me and My Place in Space," "Me and My Family Tree," and "Me Counting Time,
 
Published April 7, 1997 by Crown Publishers. 40 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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A multiracial cast of characters populates this reassuring description of a boy's airplane trip, designed to prepare children for their first flights.

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