Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.
To get the free app, enter your email address or mobile phone number.
Flying Solo Paperback – November 10, 2008
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
From School Library Journal
July Siebecker, Hubbard Memorial Library, MA
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
If you’re the author, publisher, or rights holder of this book, let ACX help you produce the audiobook.Learn more.
Top Customer Reviews
From day to day, they were eager to hear more of the story. I am glad that I shared this book and recommend it to others.
I would give this book 5 stars because it is a school adventure and it is a life lesson. The theme is not to lie to the principle and tell the truth. The life lesson is not to lie but tell the truth.
The story is about a lot of people one is named Sky he is from north California, there is a girl named Rachael she is obsessed with planes, Karen is a girl with black hair and she was a born leader. Then there is Jessica she is a neat freak and she is the tallest person in her class, Bastian is a guy who loves puppies and his dad was in the army plus his real name is Sabastian. Christopher is a nasty spoiled kid and his mom is president of the P.T.A. and Sean is a short girl.
The setting in the story is school and the story all starts with Rachael, Jessica, and Karen. Miss Munchmore can't make it to school on Friday, so the class has to make it through the day without a teacher and with out any body noticing.
My favorite part of it is when they have to make it through the day with out a teacher.
The conflict of the book is man vs. himself. The conflict of the book is man vs. himself because Rachael thinks it was her fault that Tommy feathers died because when Tommy Feathers offers her a pie and she didn't accept it.
In conclusion, I would recommend this book to a fourth grader because I think you should read it and take the challenge. See if you can figure out the rest of the important parts. You should try to figure out the most important part of the book.
Review by B.M., age 10 (4 Stars ****)
I think this book deserves four stars because it's a life lesson tied in with a school adventure.
It all starts with three girls Rachel, Karen, and Jessica. Their teacher Mr.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book is as heartwarming as it is sad. And I don't get all touchy and sensitive when it comes to fictional death!😍BEST BOOK EVER!Published 2 months ago
I liked how the kids ran the class by themselves. I dislike how misunderstanding their parents were about them. Read morePublished 4 months ago by a_doc
I was on a mission to collect books today so I went to this church to find some free ones where all kinds of homeless people hang out. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mary Schmidt
Interesting but sad. It really got my attention. I enjoyed reading the book. Michael R., 5th grader, Falls Church, VAPublished 5 months ago by Kerry O'Malley Ames
It is a funny, yet sad book at the same time. I cried, and I laughed... Great book.Published 6 months ago by Tracy Spackman
I feel like this book was a good book, but not the best. The author used very simple words, and I like it when the books are challenging not easy.Published 9 months ago by kristine woody