In 1927 Charles A. Lindbergh flew his Ryan monoplane, Spirit of St. Louis, from New York to Paris to become the first person to cross the Atlantic Ocean in solo flight. This exciting and perilous journey made him an instant hero in the United States and around the world.
Now you can share in this adventure and his myriad other accomplishments by coloring 28 detailed illustrations depicting the "Lone Eagle" in may interesting and exciting moments of his career. Join "Lindy" as a beginning pilot in 1920. Thrill to his barnstorming exploits in his Curtiss "Jenny" biplane, as he walks the wings high in the sky. Be dazzled by the view as the Spirit of St. Louis soars high over the Panama Canal on Lindbergh's victory tour of the Americas. Marvel at the streamlined menace of the twin engine P-38 fighter plane Lindy flew for 50 combat missions in World War II.
These and many more carefully researched, action-packed drawings are accompanied here by interesting, informative captions. Together they offer a wonderful opportunity for colorists of all ages to bring to life the exploits of one of the greatest aviation pioneers and a fascinating era in the history of manned flight. 32 pages. Soft cover. Brand new and in mint condition. Please Click On Image For A Closer!