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Chris & Amy Meet Amelia Earhart, Air Pioneer

A 'Movies in My Mind' Adventure
Narrated by: full cast
Length: 26 mins
1.5 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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In this adventure, Chris and Amy learn about courage and determination through the heroic journey of Amelia Earhart, the first woman pilot to fly solo across the Atlantic!

The award-winning Movies in My Mind listening series combines captivating storytelling with original dramatic orchestral music and vivid sound effects. Each 30-minute story was created and brought to life through the teamwork of a child psychologist and an Emmy Award-winning composer.

©2002 Imagination Development Group, LLC

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"The voices, the sound effects and music all combine to produce a truly captivating experience. Enjoy!" (The National Parenting Center)
"Designed as 'movies without pictures' this new series of audio dramas combines old-fashioned storytelling, historical fiction and a feature film quality score (performed by a full orchestra) and sound effects." (Publishers Weekly)

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  • Tina
  • San Mateo, CA, USA
  • 08-12-05

Boring and without info

I bought this recording thinking it would actually provide some information about Amelia Earhart for my kids - boy, was I wrong! She is not even mentioned until 20 minutes into the 30 minute recording, and she's actually a minor character in the story. The narrators were good, and I enjoyed the vivid detail of the story, but the plot made very little sense and jumped from one thing to another unrelated scene. Perhaps a young child might enjoy this, but my 8yo and 10yo hated it.

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