The Flying Girl

L. Frank BAUM (1856 - 1919)

Frank L. Baum, author of the Oz books, delivers an engaging story for all ages. Orissa Kane works in order to provide for her family. Her mother is blind, while her brother devotes his time to his invention, a flying machine. Everything changes when he brakes his leg and Orissa decides to continue developing the machine. This fascinating and relatable book explores the early days of aviation, and the changing role of women. Frank L. Baum chose to publish this book under the name Edith Van Dime. - Summary by Stav Nisser.

Genre(s): Action & Adventure Fiction

Language: English

Section Chapter Reader Time
Play 00 Foreword Diana Schmidt
00:02:23
Play 01 Orissa Jason in Panama
00:07:57
Play 02 A Disciple of Aviation Jason in Panama
00:14:28
Play 03 The Kane Aircraft Marialuisa Ruiz
00:10:08
Play 04 Mr. Burthon is Confidential realisticspeakers
00:13:15
Play 05 Between Man and Man, and a Girl Marialuisa Ruiz
00:12:19
Play 06 A Bucking Biplane Eli27
00:08:11
Play 07 Something Wrong Eli27
00:12:01
Play 08 Mr. Burthon’s Proposition Eli27
00:08:30
Play 09 The Other Fellow Eli27
00:05:54
Play 10 A Fresh Start Eli27
00:06:38
Play 11 Orissa Resigns realisticspeakers
00:09:45
Play 12 The Spying of Tot Tyler Jibchmarl
00:10:37
Play 13 Sybil is Critical jcrosbie
00:10:13
Play 14 The Flying Fever Christi Lupher
00:12:40
Play 15 A Final Test Christi Lupher
00:13:00
Play 16 The Opening Gun Christi Lupher
00:09:43
Play 17 A Curious Accident Kalynda
00:05:58
Play 18 The One to Blame Michael Fassio
00:12:44
Play 19 Planning the Campaign Michael Fassio
00:10:42
Play 20 Uncle and Niece Michael Fassio
00:11:22
Play 21 Mr. H. Chesterton Radley-Todd Michael Fassio
00:12:10
Play 22 The Flying Girl realisticspeakers
00:13:15
Play 23 A Battle in the Air realisticspeakers
00:13:38
Play 24 The Criminal Christi Lupher
00:16:57
Play 25 The Real Heroine Christi Lupher
00:11:18
Play 26 Of Course Christi Lupher
00:14:50