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These are the stories of young Harry Winslow and his friendships with the pilots of the Royal Air Force in World War II England. Written for boys but appealing to all, the tales are based on history and depict values such as courage, heroism, and responsibility. Recommended for approx. ages 8-14
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These are the stories of young Harry Winslow and his friendships with the pilots of the Royal Air Force in World War II England. Written for boys but appealing to all, (my girls loved them!) the tales are based on history and depict values such as courage, heroism, and responsibility. This set of books features 4 hard cover, library bindings to last for years to come. The last two volumes are softcover which enables us to offer you a better discount on the set.! (Each book normally sells for $12.95.)
Tales of the RAF: Scramble!
Twelve year old Harry's quiet life has been interrupted by war, with his father being sent to London. A Royal Air Force fighter squadron has been stationed in the field next to his family's farm, and Harry is amazed by the pilots and planes on the base. In his mission to be accepted into their group, Harry learns the true meaning of friendship.
Tales of the RAF: Spitfire!
When Hampton Airfield is attacked while the pilots are out on a mission, only Harry knows something that can save the base - and the new Spitfire planes - from destruction. Unfortunately he has been ordered to stay off base. Orders are meant to be followed, but sometimes it is wise to disobey when there is a good reason.
Tales of the RAF: Dawson's Down!
A bad dream causes young Harry to spend the night tossing and turning in his bed. Unfortunately, the next day becomes the real nightmare - his friends are in trouble! Harry wants to help, but what can a young boy do? He learns what it really means to make sacrifices and help others.
Tales of the RAF: Night Mission
As Harry and his friends work frantically to complete a mission for Harry's mother, the pilots of the RAF fly a night patrol mission and run into some enemy planes. The children are distracted when they see the damaged planes trying to land, and Harry gives up on his mission to help the pilots. In the end Harry sees what loyalty can accomplish.
Tales of the RAF: Fighter Escort
As the 14th Squadron of the Royal Air Force is tasked with the responsibility of escorting a formation of American bombers, Harry falls into a dilemma of his own - literally. He realizes that just like the squadron, he must be responsible no matter what the consequences - for that is the mark of a true pilot.
Tales of the RAF: The New Kid
Harry desperately wants to join the RAF to take an injured pilot's place, but his mother repeatedly denies him permission to join. He is ready to give up until he sees the familiar new recruit assigned to Hampton. A startling discovery leads to a lesson in patience and enjoying childhood - Harry will grow up soon enough.
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