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Aviation: Cool Women Who Fly By Carmella Van Vleet
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Illustrated by Lena Chandhok. How do planes get off the ground? Who flies them? Being a pilot means having technical expertise, persistence, and lots of courage! In Aviation: Cool Women Who Fly,... More > readers ages 9 through 12 meet three women who are working in aviation. Meg Godlewski is a master certified flight instructor, Taylor McConnell is a production support engineer, and Kristin Wolfe is a pilot in the Air Force. Discover what it takes to fly! Nomad Press books in the Girls in Science series supply a bridge between girls’ interests and their potential futures by investigating science careers and introducing women who have succeeded in science. • Combines subjects of math, physics, and engineering • Uses engaging content, links to primary sources, and essential questions • Serves to break down stereotypes • Incorporates STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) education • Makes career goals feel obtainable AGES 9–12 • GUIDED READING LEVEL W • Children's Education Resource< Less
Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod 2017 Calendar By Aviation Photojournal
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Join Aviation Photojournal as they bring you month after month of stunning air-to-air photography with the brave men and women of US Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod. Images include the air... More > station's MH-60T Jayhawk in special paint to celebrate 100 years of Coast Guard Aviation and the HC-144A Ocean Sentry in the skies above scenic Cape Cod. Go to www.aviationphotojournal.com for Aviation Photojournal's special issue celebrating the Centennial of Coast Guard Aviation, and much more!< Less
Coast Guard Air Station Traverse City 2017 Calendar By Aviation Photojournal
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Join Aviation Photojournal and their acclaimed photographers in the skies above scenic Traverse City, Michigan as they celebrate the heroic men and women of the US Coast Guard based at Air Station... More > Traverse City. Flying the MH-65D Dolphin rescue helicopter, the crews of Air Station Traverse City tirelessly work to keep those on land and on the water safe. 2016 also marks the 100th anniversary of Coast Guard aviation. In celebration, several USCG aircraft, including one of Traverse City's Dolphins, have been painted in commemorative schemes. SEMPER PARATUS! (C)2016 APJ Multimedia, LLC< Less
The Girl Aviators and the Phantom Airship By Margaret Burnham
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The Girl Aviators' Motor Butterfly By Margaret Burnham
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The Girl Aviators' Sky Cruise By Margaret Burnham
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Aviation Campfire Stories By Giacinta Koontz
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Short, anecdotal, quirky, and lesser-known but true stories of America's men and women in aviation before WWII.
Wings, Wasp, & Warriors: Aviation Stories and Images By Travis Monday
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True stories for aviation history buffs. Topics include WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots); National WWII WASP Museum in Sweetwater; RAF (Royal Air Force) in Texas; Avenger Field in Sweetwater,... More > Texas; P-47 Fighter Pilot Otto Carter and "The Sweetwater Swatter"; Pioneer Museum in Sweetwater; C-47 Crash and Memorial in Nolan Co., Texas; Charles Lindbergh in the Pacific in World War II; Military Gliders in World War II, including story of Combat Glider Pilot George Theis in Operation Varsity; South Plains Army Air Field; Silent Wings Museum in Lubbock, Texas; 348th Fighter Group; 340th Fighter Squadron (Minutemen); 460th Fighter Squadron (Black Rams); B-24 flight instructor A. N. Densmore; WASP flight instructor, Rigdon Edwards; Neel Kearby; Bill Dunham; and others. Also includes many historic photos and original artwork by Scott Morgan, Michael Vincent, and Otto Carter, III.< Less
Harriet Quimby Scrapbook By Giacinta Koontz
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The biography of Harriet Quimby, America's first licensed female pilot (1911) and the first woman to solo across the English Channel (1912). Thoroughly researched by author Giacinta Bradley Koontz,... More > this is a feast for the eyes with vintage photographs, illustrations, newspaper articles, and many of Quimby's journalism reports between 1903-1912.< Less
A Hunger for the Sky By Sparky Barnes Sargent
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Let’s go flying! This book lets you delve into the lives of nine women who have earned their wings. Learn about their challenges and their triumphs as they share their personal stories! These... More > women range in age from 98 to 29, and from private to professional pilots — including a competitive sailplane pilot, a professional skywriter, flight instructors, a DC-3 captain, an aerobatic instructor, and airline pilots. These friendly and inspiring women possess a passion for flying, and have worked diligently to achieve their dreams. The author, herself a pilot, personally spent time with each of these women—and flew with many of them—in order to convey their stories. Foreword by Patty Wagstaff, Three-time U.S. National Aerobatic Champion. 2nd Ed., July 2013 ISBN: 978-0-9818238-2-9 6”x9” paperback, 232 pages, more than 200 photos.< Less