Florence Flies Alone: An Alliterative Airline Adventure
Suzanne Gene Courtney
Strategic Book Publishing (2013)
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 8) for Reader Views (9/13)
“Florence Flies Alone: An Alliterative Airline Adventure” by Suzanne Gene Courtney is about an almost 10-year-old girl who goes on an airplane by herself to fly down to Texas to visit her father. On her plane ride, she runs into a lot of different things. It isn’t just your plain old plane ride.
My favorite part of the story is when she opens her bag of peanuts and they go flying everywhere. They are in people’s hair and the people don’t even know. Then, a baby eats the peanuts out of his grandpa’s hair. That was funny. There were a lot of other funny parts in the book too.
She has a really interesting plane ride. I liked reading about the different things that happened to her on the trip. I really liked the end of the book but don’t want to tell about it because that will give the ending away.
I have never flown on a plane by myself and I don’t know if I ever want to after reading this book! “Florence Flies Alone: An Alliterative Airline Adventure” by Suzanne Gene Courtney was very funny though. The pictures in the book look like they were colored with crayons. My favorite picture is the one of the cowboy boots and hats.
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