Dave Dashaway Young Aviator - DD1
In the tradition of the Bobbsey Twins and the Hardy Boys, come fly away with young Dave Dashaway in his monoplane!
Dave has run away from his miserly, abusive guardian with no money or possessions of his own—even his clothing has been stolen—but armed with his wits and a cheerful nature, he makes friends quickly and gets ever closer to his dream of flying an airship.
“Books for Boys” by Roy Rockwood are great for homeschoolers using classic literature studies such as Charlotte Mason or Thomas Jefferson Education. Spellings have been standardized to U.S., but the language has not been abridged or dumbed down. Short, fast-paced chapters keep students engaged.
Appropriate for middle school readers.
This Workman Classic Schoolbooks edition contains:
- Vocabulary and Comprehension/Extension questions after each chapter
- Discussion Questions suitable for students or book clubs
- Extension activities
Shipping & Returns
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Accessibility Packs are not yet available for every book.
If available, an Accessibility Pack contains three files:
- An eBook copy
- A pdf copy in OpenDyslexia font with other accessibility features
- An autonarrated (text to speech) audiobook in mp3 format
ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES OF EBOOK (VARIES BY DEVICE):
- Choose your typeface
- Change the font size
- Set your line spacing
- Light, dark, or sepia themes
ACCESSIBILITY FEATURES OF PDF
- OpenDyslexic font is designed to be more readable for those with dyslexia
- Rag right—not fully justified—to eliminate gaps between words
- Paragraphs not indented, separated by extra space
- No hyphenation
Audiobooks allow readers to listen to a book rather than or simultaneously with reading the eBook or PDF file. They are also helpful if you are someone who needs to move around while learning.
Standard audiobooks are expensive to produce. There is nothing like a voice actor narrating a book. He can add nuance and humour and many other benefits to the audiobook. I still want to produce more human narrated audiobooks. However, in order to bring more of my catalog to you in audio form, I have used text-to-speech, computer-narration technology. This allows me to reach more readers who need assistance with reading. While auto-narration is improving, these audiobooks do sound robotic and do not contain the nuance of human voice narration. Some readers will find this too distracting, but for others, it is just the tool they need to help them enjoy more books.