The Red Eagle A Tale for Young Aviators, Story & Pictures by Alexander Key, First Edition 1930 (Being the Adventurous Tale of Two Young Flyers). Published by The Wise-Parslow Company, N.Y., copyright 1930 by The P.F. Volland Company, Joliet, USA. The book is dedicated to Lieutenant Edward A. Nelson, 119 pages.
This is wonderful tale and is illustrated with gorgeous color graphics on almost every page. The outside covers show some wear & age but the inside of this book is pristine with no odors, no tears, no writing or scribbles. The back of the book has 3 pages of Aviation Terms and a summary of the vocabulary used. The story is of two brothers who became real aviators & is full of action, interest & charm. It is also instructional about aviation. Suggested for 4th or 5th graders but will be enjoyed by any age.
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The Red Eagle A Tale for Young Aviators ~ 1st Ed 1930