Someday I’ll Fly

Someday I’ll Fly

No Ordinary Girl!

In 1943, during World War II, Pam meets the Women’s Air Force Service Pilots, and discovers exactly what she wants to be. She even begins to build her very own plane. But when her friend becomes sick, Pam has to decide what is most important.

An adaptation of WINDSHIFT by Joyce Faulkner

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About the Book

In 1943, during World War II, ordinary little girls are expected to learn to cook, sew, and play with dolls. But Pam wants to do more, to be more—to help her brother and all the other soldiers. When Pam meets the Women’s Air Force Service Pilots, she discovers exactly what she wants to be when she grows up. She even begins to build her very own plane. But when her friend becomes sick, Pam has to decide what is most important to her.

An adaptation of WINDSHIFT by Joyce Faulkner

Written and Illustrated by Rebecca Evans
©2014 Rebecca Evans
Red Engine Press

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Genres: Historical Fiction, Inspirational, Juvenile Fiction, Picture Books
Tag: Picture Book
Publisher: Red Engine Press
Publication Year: 2014
Illustrator: Rebecca Evans
ASIN: 1937958663
ISBN: 9781937958664
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About the Author
Rebecca Evans

I grew up near Buffalo New York in a family chock full of musicians, artists, and crazy people with a love for life. I started drawing as soon as I could hold a crayon and just never stopped. I knew from a very young age that I wanted to be an artist when I finally grew up. (I’m still not sure I’ve achieved that “grown up” status yet, and to tell the truth I’m not sure I ever will.) To that end I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Visual Art from Messiah College with a concentration in Drawing and Illustration, and completed coursework from the Tyler School of Art. I worked for nine years as an artist and designer before returning to my first love: children’s book illustration. My experience includes illustrating children’s books, teaching art at the Chesapeake Center for Creative Arts, and publishing artwork with magazines and multiple publishing houses. I am the illustrator coordinator for the SCBWI Maryland/Delaware/West Virginia region. In addition, EB Lewis has been my illustration mentor since October 2013.

I now live in Maryland and enjoy spending time with my husband and four young children, while working from my home studio during every spare moment.

Represented by Carrie Howland, Donadio and Olson, Inc. donadio.com

For inquiries please contact Carrie Howland. carrie@donadio.com

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