How much do you know about your grandmother? A girl learns about the Women Airforce Service Pilots – nicknamed the “WASP” – who flew during World War II. Grandma explains how she was one of the first women to fly for the United States Army. A story that teaches history, leadership, and courage through intergenerational learning. Written and illustrated by granddaughters of one of the true-life pilots who broke barriers for women in the United States armed forces.
Erin Miller and Randal Harmon are granddaughters of WASP WWII pilot Elaine Danforth Harmon.