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Interest Age Teen Reading Age 8
Critically acclaimed Elizabeth Wein returns with a thrilling, female-led aviation adventure set against the backdrop of Hitler’s Germany and the last days of the Nazi regime. Weaving together fact and fiction, Wein shines a spotlight on women’s roles in war and the little known stories of this often studied period of history
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Nazi Germany is a dangerous place for a girl with a stammer - and although her father tries to keep her safe, Ingrid can't help feeling like she's let him down. But in the air, soaring high as she pilots her beloved glider planes, Ingrid is free and incredibly talented.
When she gets the chance to fly in a propaganda tour alongside her hero, Germany's daring female test pilot Hanna Reitsch, Ingrid leaps at the chance. But through Hanna, she will learn some dangerous truths about Germany's secret missions and the plans that could change the course of the war to secure victory for the Nazi regime. When everything is at stake, Ingrid must decide where her loyalties lie ...
|Publication date:||4th March 2021|
|Publisher:||Barrington Stoke Ltd|
|Suitable for:||13+ readers|
|Genres:||Adventure Stories, Family / Home Stories, Historical Fiction|
|Collections:||2021 Preview - Mega Books on the Horizon,|
|Other Categories:||Dyslexia Friendly Books for Teen|
Elizabeth Wein was born in New York, and grew up in England, Jamaica and Pennsylvania. She is married with two children and now lives in Perth, Scotland. Elizabeth is a member of the Ninety-Nines, the International Organization of Women Pilots. She was awarded the Scottish Aero Club's Watson Cup for best student pilot in 2003 and it was her love of flying that partly inspired the idea for Code Name Verity. Photo Credit David Ho 2018More About Elizabeth Wein
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