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Take To The Sky (Heartland #2)

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Up, up and away! She's a girl named Moe who dreams of flying like the sky diver on the Fourth of July. But Madeline "Moe" McDonohugh wants a plane of her own. Her best friend Otto Price agrees. by the next Independence Day, they'll be in the air as the crowds cheer. All they need is money to build the plane.

But their "Elixir of Youth" medicine show is a total disaster, the...more
Paperback, 162 pages
Published September 1st 1996 by Minstrel
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1915, Luck, Wisconsin. The last thing Madeline "Moe" McDonohugh wants to be is a proper "lady" like her mother insists. Instead she is fascinated with aeroplanes and wants to be the first woman aeronaut. Together with Otto, they work to earn money to buy materials to build their own aeroplane. As their 4th of July deadline approaches, Moe becomes more desperate, but each plan : the Medicine Show, selling lemonade, collecting scraps, just seem to land her in more trouble. Will she e...more
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