Item description for I'll Fly My Own Plane (Joe Joe in the City, 3) by Jean Alicia Elster & Nicole Tadgell...
Overview Joe Joe Rawlings faces contemporary challenges in this series of books written around Christian themes for African-American children. This third volume introduces Joe Joe and his young readers to the Tuskegee Airmen.
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Studio: Judson Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 10.22" Height: 0.35" Weight: 0.6 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2002
Publisher Judson Press
Grade Level Multiple Grades
Series Joe Joe In The City
Series Number 3
ISBN 0817014071 ISBN13 9780817014070
Availability 6 units. Availability accurate as of Mar 28, 2017 02:25.
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More About Jean Alicia Elster & Nicole Tadgell
Elster is a professional writer.
Jean Alicia Elster has an academic affiliation as follows - President, Write Word, Inc..
Jean Alicia Elster has published or released items in the following series...
Reviews - What do customers think about I'll Fly My Own Plane (Joe Joe in the City, 3)?
A very highly recommended picturebook narrative Feb 16, 2003
The third book in the "Joe Joe in the City" series, I'll Fly My Own Plane is a children's picturebook about a serious urban issue affecting families everywhere today. The young African-American boy Joe Joe is offered an illegal way to make quick money to buy an fancy airplane by drug dealers, but in the end Joe Joe comes to realize that it is better to work at an ethical, if less lucrative honest job and fly the simiple plane his own father made for him. A very highly recommended picturebook narrative written by jean Alicia Elster and illustrated by Nicole Tadgell, I'll Fly My Own Plane capably addresses an all too real pressure affecting young inner city children exposed to drug use and drug sales in urban environments today.