About this title: When Ruth Law is unable to find anyone in America to teach her how to fly, she goes to France for training in Ruth Law Thrills a Nation, written and illustrated by Don Brown and read by Linda Lavin. She becomes the first African-American woman to be licensed for flight, and learns stunt flying as well. In Reading Rainbow: Ruth Law Thrills a Nation, social issues are sensitively introduced to young children and the importance of reading continues to be promoted. In the kid-reviewed book segment, Amelia's Fantastic Flight and Plane Song are featured. Alice Day, Rovi
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