Memoir of a U.S. Army Air Forces glider pilot in World War II. After training he joined the 81st Troop Carrier Squadron, 436th Troop Carrier Group, in July 1943. He flew gliders into combat during... More > the Normandy (D-Day - Overlord) invasion, Holland (Operation Market Garden), and the Rhine crossing operations, and his accounts of these episodes are detailed and riveting. 61,000 words, 26 photos, 40 documents.< Less
This is volume 12 of the Original Tom Swift Series, in which Tom, while testing out one of his airships, has to make an emergency landing. He hears about a secret platinum mone deep in Siberia, and... More > organizes an expedition to find the mine< Less
Join lovable Bumble Lena on her latest adventure by sitting in the passenger compartment of a glider and sailing the beautiful skies with her and her new friend, Lena. Learn about gliders, colors... More > and have fun along the way!< Less
A guide to sugar gliders including correcting several myths about these amazing creatures and how to properly purchase a sugar glider.
Sugar gliders are known to have some magical black markings... More > over their face, legs and back. Measuring about five to six inches from head to body, have a bushy lovely tail with of equal length. They are small and light weight and an adult weighs about 4-6 ounces (115~160g). Males are larger than females. As they fall into infraclass of marsupialia in animal classification, they have several features n common with in the class. One common is the structure of their reproductive organs, dentition and a very short gestation period. The young take a long development period. Just like most of other marsupials, the female sugar glider has a pouch where they carry baby gliders.< Less