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Airplane Flight!: A Lift-the-Flap Adventure Board book – September 8, 2009
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Susanna Leonard Hill is the award-winning author of nearly a dozen books for children, including Punxsutawney Phyllis (A Booklist Children’s Pick and Amelia Bloomer Project choice); No Sword Fighting in the House (a Junior Library Guild selection); Can’t Sleep Without Sheep (a Children’s Book of the Month); and Not Yet, Rose (a Gold Mom’s Choice Award winner). She lives in New York’s Mid-Hudson Valley with her husband, children, and two rescue dogs. She loves chocolate, animals, and being outdoors.
Ana Martin Larrañaga lives with her family in Germany. She doesn't have a dog or a goat but is always thinking of getting one (maybe because her eldest son asks for one of each constantly). She is the illustrator of more than 60 children's books.
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The only thing is that some of the terminology is incorrect, so fair warning if your child is into aircrafts and knows the difference between a plane an jet.
I think this book would be best for a younger child and would highly recommend it for any child who loves airplanes!
This book focuses on the flight of the airplane, versus what's going on at the airport. As an aviation guy, I have to admit I'm a little disappointed in some of the little details the illustrator got wrong, and I wish there was more than one movable flap per page -- heck, I wish the book were just a page or two longer.
But with kids books, mine isn't the opinion that counts. Our two year old son excitedly grabs this book often, so I can forgive that there's not much "meat" to the story since it's a quick read that leaves time for other stories.
Best of all, the pages are heavy duty card stock, and the flaps seem durable enough that I don't have too much concern when the youngster wants to flip through the book on his own.