The year is 1932. The place is Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, where most of the early transatlantic flights take off. Unfortunately, more of them end in tragedy than in success. Some crash on takeoff, some crash into the Atlantic Ocean, and some are simply never heard of again. In spite of the danger, twelve-year-old Ginny Ross longs to be one of these pioneers of flight.
Ginny will need courage, determination, and stubbornness if she wants to make her dream come true. This leads to one more question. Does she have what it takes? Heather Stemp currently lives in North Bay, Ontario. With Amelia and Me, she wanted to share the rich history of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland, and its connection to legendary pilot Amelia Earhart. Canadian author, Newfoundland, Harbour Grace, Amelia Earhart.