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Fly, Bessie, Fly summary » 0 Ì Far away far away Up past the clouds High away fly away And never come down More than anything Bessie Coleman wants to fly As a small child working in a Waxahachie Texas cotton field she likes to imagine she's a bird getting ready to spread her wings and fly away Then when Bessie learns about the black fighter pilots of WS about the black fighter pilots of World War I she gets the idea that maybe she really can fly But no one in the United States will teach her how to fly a plane because she's black and a woman So Bessie goes to France where she becomes the first black woman in the world to earn a pilo. This book takes a creative twist to a true story The book transforms what could be another boring informative story into something imaginative and real to a young person The story transforms the story into something that has happened in the past to create a feeling of something that could happen with the overwhelming feeling of encouragement fulfillment and life given off from the story The book teaches readers that the sky is really the only limit when it comes to fulfilling your dreams and making what you want happen This book does a great job of intertwining a great message within a historical story and adding great illustrations along the way For those that do not mind a poetic spin to a realistic story of the biography of Bessie Coleman this would be a great story to read and enjoy while gaining information This great depiction of biographical poetry provides a great opportunity for effective phonemic awareness to occur within the story through the great dynamics and combinations of words syllables and sounds

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Far away far away Up past the clouds High away fly away And never come down More than anything Bessie Coleman wants to fly As a small child working in a Waxahachie Texas cotton field she likes to imagine she's a bird getting ready to spread her wings and fly away Then when Bessie learn. Kelly Wiegand April 27 2015EDL54500 Library Materials for Children and YouthTitle Fly Bessie FlyAuthor Lynn JosephPlot When Bessie's brother's return from the war they tell her about the women pilots they worked with This inspires Bessie to become the first African American pilot Bessie travels to France to learn to fly because she has trouble finding anyone to teach her how to fly a plan in the United States Bessie learns to fly and is admired by many when she becomes the first pilot who is an African American woman Setting Cotton Fields; Texas; Fair; ChicagoCharacters Bessie Coleman; Ma; Georgia; George Coleman; Mr Jackson; Walter; JohnPoint of View The story is told in third person with some first person narrative through Bessie's letters home Themes Perseverance; Hard Work; Ambition; Bravery; Segregation; Women's Rights; Civil RightsStyle A piece of a song Bessie sings on the first page of the book reappears throughout the storyCopyright 1998Reflection This is an inspiring biography It includes a lot of information about Bessie Coleman and the time period she was living in This is a good book to use for teaching lessons on biographies and character theories

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Fly Bessie FlyT's license and where she finally has the chance to soar with the birdsIn lyrical prose Lynn Joseph tells the inspirational true story of aviator Bessie Coleman Yvonne Buchanan's buoyant watercolor paintings remind us that sometimes even seemingly unattainable dreams are within our rea. I've read this to my class kids a couple of times and remember it to be lyrical and moving Bessie Coleman's story is inspirational on its own and this is a great book to learn about her