Sunday, July 15, 2012

Stealing Air

Stealing Air
Trent Reedy

           Three young boys with stolen airplane material can only lead to disaster.  Brian is getting ready to attend a new school because of his dad’s new job. He enjoys skateboarding, flying airplanes and hanging out with his friends. But his dad sold their Cessna to pay for the new business and Brian needs to make new friends. His first day of meeting people doesn’t exactly end well. He makes an enemy of the local bully, gets befriended by a social outcast, and must begin keeping secrets from his family. Brian must decide how to handle the bully, commit social suicide and fly a plane without a cockpit in this wild and crazy tale of boys growing up. If he can make the right decisions he’ll be able to make lifelong friends, save his dad’s business and stay alive. Young boys will revel in the daring exploits and moan with sympathy at the stories of school and social life. The book is about life, decisions and trust. While the crazy stunts that are pulled are not for timid parents, the message is something that every parent wants their child to embrace.
This book is geared towards ages 8 to 12.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Literature in exchange for my honest review.

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