The second book in the Young Eagles Armor Academy series, the eagle cadets, cousins Harpie and Flap, Will, and Beakster, find themselves training in a relentless downpour of cold rain and wind. Their excitement and motivation begin to wear thin as the weather continues to worsen day after day. The cadets become discouraged and start complaining. As they do, things just keep getting worse until the commanders show that with some perseverance and joy, a true eagle can rise above the storm and experience new heights of excitement and happiness that only come with not giving up.
Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 76 Vendor: Harrison House Publication Date: 2010 Dimensions: 7.58 X 5.14 (inches)
Harrison House is proud to release the second of three episodes in the new children's chapter book series, Young Eagles Armor Academy. The story takes place at a training camp for young eagles as they learn how to soar and someday "earn their wings." These illustrated stories are both entertaining and educational. Each book in the series is based on 1 of the 9 core virtues that an eagle must have to be a true master of the skies. Plus, the story elements are based upon the actual traits that science tells us about this unique bird.