Sergeivsky dictated this lively and personal memoir in 1934 when he and Charles Lindbergh were about to set eight world records in a giant Pan American Clipper. It also details many exciting and historic events of his life from his time as a Russian infantry fighter to his worldwide pioneering flights.
Introduces readers to the science that makes airplanes possible. Accessible text, helpful diagrams, and a “How Does It Work?” feature make this book an exciting introduction to understanding technology.
An introduction to the different kinds of airplanes used in World War Two, including information about airplane parts and pilots' codes. Also discusses what some of the airplanes were used for after World War 2.
God made all the places you can travel to by air. The lesson that God is everywhere is something that young and old alike can understand. Airplanes, Airplanes, Airplanes takes readers on a trip to see all the wonderful things God has created. Come enjoy the glory that is the work of God's hands.
How To Sleep on Airplanes is a field tested, step by step, and easy to use guide to help anyone learn to sleep on airplanes (and in airports) and to minimize jet lag affects. Adequate and well timed sleep is one of the best ways to help deal with stress, and modern air travel is one of the more stressful things that people do. Helping travelers adapt to that stress and turn air travel into a restful experience that leaves them both more effective and able to enjoy life when they land is the goal of this book.