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Ships of the Air

by Lynn Curlee

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The book is geared towards a younger audience . History of air flight from hot air balloon and zeppelin to the use of blimps today , the book tells it all . I like how the book is written but i don't i would use it in a lesson on its own . After reading the book i felt like somethings were left out and even if it is for kids should have been added. I do like the pictures and think they add something extra to the book . ( )
  rmthoma2 | May 7, 2012 |
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In text and thirteen strikingly realistic paintings, Ships of the Air traces the development of the dirigible, creating an evocative picture of one aspect of man's search for the secret of flight.

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Traces the development of the dirigible, or steerable balloon.

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