John O'malley
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What if any was the conflict in the book?

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Grandma Sue Conflict exists between these teenaged brothers because they differ in personality. One's good with people; the other's good with machinery. Over the course of the trip each one's gift saves them from problems they encounter. In the end, they've grown closer because they've come to appreciate each others' uniqueness.
There's also conflict between the teens and their father typical of that stage in life.
Majd Bostani The conflict of this book revolved around the complexity of the flight, as well as the lack of complexity of the airplane. Flying across the entire continental United States is no easy feat, and for them to be able to do it at age 17 and 15 is incredible.
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