Product Codes: Aviation Books for Kids

Bar Code for AC-130H/U Gunships
Get close towards the battlefield in amongst basically the most heavily armed gunships inside the planet. The AC-130 has enough firepower to take out enemy tanks and other armored autos. Learn about the history of the AC-130, its weapons and features, and how it supports...
Author: Carlos Alvarez

Bar Code for AH-64 Apache Helicopter
Provides an in-depth appear inside the AH-64 Apache helicopter, with detailed cross-section diagrams, photographs, and further facts and info.
Author: Hansen / Ole Steen

Bar Code for Airplane Alphabet Book
Let your imagination take flight! This fact-filled book functions planes from the sleek Invader towards the more popular Piper Cub. Learn which sort of plane is greatest for a dogfight, see the type of plane Charles Lindbergh flew in the initial nonstop flight across
Author: Jerry Pallotta / Fred Stillwell

Bar Code for Airplanes
Ready, set, take off! Airplanes features all kinds of amazing aircraft: Wright-like flyers, the supersonic Concorde, military planes, space shuttles, helicopters, hot-air balloons, and more!
Author: Edward Miller

Bar Code for Airplanes Inside And Out
Airplanes Inside And Out
Author: Chris Oxlade

Bar Code for Airplanes: Uncovering Technology
Who initial dreamed of flight? How does a jet engine work? What does a cockpit appear like?
Author: Chris Oxlade

Bar Code for Airport
From the excitement of arrival to the wonder of taking off -- a picture book that captures in joyous and potent pictures all the magic of an airport.
Author: Byron Barton

Bar Code for Airport usborne Sticker Books
There are dozens of planes and trucks to discover and colour at the busy airport in this fun and lively book. Every single airport scene has a pre-coloured background and fun stickers to add to each page to make them easy for young children to full.

Bar Code for Amazing Airplanes
Join our wacky animal crew for the flight of a lifetime! From the airport terminal to the flight deck, the zippy text and zappy art take children by means of how a plane flies, safety rules, in-flight entertainment and air visitors manage. This action-packed...
Author: Tony Mitton / Ant Parker

Bar Code for Amelia Earhart
Presents a brief appear at the life of Amelia Earhart.
Author: Wil Mara

Bar Code for Amelia Earhart: More Than A Flier
Ready-to-Read
Author: Patricia Lakin

Bar Code for Amelia Earhart: The Legend Of The Lost
ever-fascinating story from the legendary pilot is offered new life in this vividly told true-life adventure.
Author: Shelley Tanaka

Bar Code for Amelia Earhart: This Broad Ocean
Amelia Earhart designed a love of flying at a really young age. As she followed her dream and built a name inside the field of aviation— breaking numerous records along the way— she inspired other women to soar to new heights. With an introduction...
Author: Sarah Stewart Taylor / James Sturm

Bar Code for Amelia Earhart: Young Aviator
Using basic language that beginning readers can understand, this lively, inspiring, and believable biography looks in the childhood of Amelia Earhart. Illustrated throughout.
Author: Beatrice Gormley

Bar Code for Amelia Lost: The Life And Disappearance
From the acclaimed author of The Wonderful and Only Barnum— at the same time as The Lincolns, Our Eleanor, and Ben Franklin's Almanac— comes the thrilling story of America's most celebrated flyer, Amelia Earhart. In alternating chapters, Fleming deftly...
Author: Candace Fleming

Bar Code for Antique Airplanes Coloring Book
Forty-one drawings reproduce antique and historical airplanes from the Wright Flyer of 1903 by implies of Globe War II and the dawn of the jet age: British, French, American, German, Italian, Russian, Japanese, and other individuals. Each airplane is described briefly,...
Author: Peter F. Copeland / Coloring Books

Bar Code for B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber
Provides an in-depth seem at the B-2 Spirit Stealth Bomber, with detailed cross-section diagrams, photographs, and additional facts and data.
Author: Hansen / Ole Steen

Bar Code for Big Book Of Airplanes
Imaginations will soar! From the fastest--and noisiest--passenger plane inside the world, to downright strange aircraft, here is a spectacular look at a subject of endless fascination to young children. Marvel at among the first planes to blast into space! Learn...
Author: DK Publishing

Bar Code for Biographies: Amelia Earhart: A Life
Knowing the risks, but taking the chance anyway - that was the internal compass that guided Amelia Earhart. This fascinating biography captures: Amelia's impressive sense of daring, evident from a very young age; her eagerness to promote women's abilities...
Author: Victoria Garrett Jones

Bar Code for Biographies: The Wright Brothers: First
At least as far back due to the reality the ancient myth of Icarus, humans longed to fly — but it wasn't till December 17, 1903, on the windy dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, that the dream finally came true. And it was all thanks to Orville and Wilbur Wright,...
Author: Tara Dixon-Engel / Mike Jackson

Bar Code for Book Of Flight: The Smithsonian National
dream of flight is as old as human history. Based on the outstanding collection utilizing the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC, Book of Flight traces the remarkable story of the pioneers, inventors, scientists and pilots who turned this dream...
Author: Judith E. Rinard

Bar Code for Choppers step Into Reading
Helicopters are amazing machines that go locations and do things that other vehicles cannot. Readers will love learning about the many daring jobs and rescues they undertake each and every day. Chock full of exciting color photographs, too! Susan E. Goodman is genuinely a...
Author: Susan E. Goodman / Michael Doolittle

Bar Code for Daredevil: The Daring Life Of Betty Skelton
riveting picture book biography of Betty Skelton, aviation and automobile racing pioneer, from award-winning author/illustrator Megan Mc Carthy.
Author: Meghan McCarthy

Bar Code for Day At An Airport
Tickets please! Final boarding call! Check out these eight action-packed scenes to see what happens in the course of a complete day at a busy airport. In each picture, the airport buzzes with activity. Workers chase dogs and check luggage. Travelers shop and sleep....
Author: Sarah Harrison

Bar Code for Dk Readers: Flying Ace
Amelia Earhart was a famous woman pilot. She is about to set off on the most dangerous flight ever attempted. Find out what happens in Flying Ace, The Story of Amelia Earhart. These 48-page books about fascinating subjects like pirates, mummies, and volcanoes...
Author: Angela Bull

Bar Code for Draw 50 Airplanes
Targeted at young aspiring artists seeking to produce their technical abilities and develop a repertoire of subjects, particularly those relating to aircraft.           Acclaimed author Lee J. Ames shows readers how to draw a range...
Author: Lee J. Ames

Bar Code for EA-6B Prowler
Provides an in-depth appear in the EA-6B Prowler, with detailed cross-section diagrams, photographs, and additional facts and information.
Author: Hansen / Ole Steen

Bar Code for Eddie Rickenbacker: Boy Pilot And Racer
World War I flying ace, winner within the Medal of Honor, and racecar driver Eddie Rickenbacker was an adventurous boy who first attempted flight by riding his bicycle off the roof while holding an umbrella. The son of Swiss immigrants, young Eddie grew up...
Author: Kathryn Cleven Sisson

Bar Code for Eye Wonder: Airplanes
precursor to DK's awarding-winning Eyewitness series, Eye Wonder was specially developed for kids aged five plus, featuring astonishing photography exhibiting subjects inside their natural setting, offering a entire new level of details through...
Author: DK Publishing

Bar Code for Eyewitness Dvd: Flight
DK's award winning Eyewitness Video series, now on DVD!
Author: DK Publishing

Bar Code for F/A-22 Raptor
Provides an in-depth look at the F/A-22 Raptor, with detailed cross-section diagrams, photographs, and additional facts and data.
Author: Hansen / Ole Steen

Bar Code for Fabulous Flying Machines Of Alberto
Even though the Wright Brothers had been gliding over Kitty Hawk, the charming Brazilian Alberto Santos-Dumont was generating his personal mark on the history of flight.
Author: Victoria Griffith

Bar Code for Fighter Planes
Fighter Planes
Author: Jeffrey Zuehlke

Bar Code for Fighter Planes Up Close
These aircraft are the military's best — they scramble into action in minutes, reach speeds of Mach 3, deploy missiles, and execute amazing acrobatic feats. So young plane enthusiasts will probably be flying high as they pore by way of this breathtaking volume,...
Author: Andra Serlin Abramson

Bar Code for First Flight: The Wright Brothers
Growing up in rural Ohio, Orville and Wilbur Wright were fascinated by all kinds of autos -- a toy helicopter, bicycles, along with all the initial motorized cars -- but what they dreamed of was flight. They were convinced they could build a machine that a man...
Author: Leslie Garrett

Bar Code for Flight
Offers the historic and dramatic story of Charles Lindbergh and his flight across the ocean, the first solo Atlantic crossing ever, which brought him from the United states of america to Paris with only two compasses together with the stars as his guides. Reprint. H. K. AB....
Author: Robert Burleigh

Bar Code for Flight 1-2-3
What can you see when you go on an airplane journey? 1 airplane, 2 luggage carts, 3 check-in counters, and so a lot a lot far more! Using familiar airport signs, this striking book introduces small ones not basically to numbers, but to the world around them. Equally...
Author: Maria van Lieshout

Bar Code for Flight dk Eyewitness Books
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Author: Andrew Nahum

Bar Code for Flight: A Pop-up Book Of Aircraft
Get ready for takeoff! From an acclaimed 3-D master comes a jam-packed, interactive book on flying machines that may send readers soaring. What was the first man-made object to fly, one thousand years ago? Who was the first woman to create a solo flight...
Author: Robert Crowther

Bar Code for Flying
" With minimal text and bright-color illustrations, Crews captures the essence of a plane journey."--Kirkus Reviews."A satisfying adventure for very young young children."--Booklist.
Author: Donald Crews

Bar Code for Fun At The County Fair
County Fair is coming to Merriweather Farm! Kids will enjoy lifting the flaps to learn all that Johnny Tractor and his close friends have to complete to acquire ready for the fair. J. T. bales hay for a hayride and pulls the Ferris wheel into place, Corey Combine...
Author: Dena Neusner

Bar Code for Glorious Flight: Across The Channel
Winner in the Caldecott Medal, this stunningly illustrated book depicts Louis Bleriot's historic 1st cross-Channel flight.
Author: Alice Provensen / Martin Provensen

Bar Code for Helicopter Man: Igor Sikorsky And His
Leonard da Vinci drew pictures of helicopters; Wilbur Wright said they would never execute. But Igor Sikorsky proved him wrong, inventing the initial operating helicopter and building the company that still bears his name.
Author: Edwin Brit Wyckoff

Bar Code for Helicopters
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Introduces helicopters, how they work, and for what purposes they are utilized.
Author: Jeffrey Zuehlke

Bar Code for Helicopters
Helicopters
Author: Charles Reasoner

Bar Code for High Times: A History Of Aviation
Respected Berlin illustrators Golden Cosmos celebrate the cultural history of flight in the latest title from Nobrow's popular Leporello series. A concertina book, High Times unfolds to reveal a bold fifty-four-inch panorama which will be read as a book,...
Author: Golden Cosmos

Bar Code for Hindenburg
dramatic, vividly illustrated look at the tragic ship whose fiery crash ended the age from the dirigible. Like a fabulous silvery fish, floating quietly in the ocean of air. it seemed to be coming from another globe and to be returning there like a dream....
Author: Patrick O'Brien

Bar Code for How Do Airplanes Fly
Read How You Want publishes a wide assortment of best promoting books in Large Print and Super Large Print formats in partnership with leading publishers. Easy Read books are available in 11pt and 13pt. type. Easy Read Large books are readily available in 16pt, 16pt...
Author: Zachary Williams

Bar Code for How People Learned To Fly
For a enormous selection of years people have wanted to fly. Countless tried and failed, but now flying is very common. Read and find out about the many obstacles which have been overcome so planes and folks can soar by way of the sky.
Author: Fran Hodgkins

Bar Code for How To Draw Amazing Airplanes And Spacecraft
Wings, rotors, rockets, and tail rudders. From the historic Wright Flyer to the amazing Mars lander, airplanes and spacecraft are cool. Discover how you can capture them on paper in just actually a few steps. Awesome drawings made easy!
Author: Kristen McCurry

Bar Code for I Wonder Why Planes Have Wings: And Other
Children want to understand"Why don't ships sink?","Which may be the fastest jet plane?", and"Why do cars need gasoline?"Climb aboard and discover the answers in this intriguing look at transportation!
Author: Christopher Maynard

Bar Code for Inside The Hindenburg
Inside The Hindenburg
Author: Mireille Majoor

Bar Code for Is For Airplane/a Es Para Avion
Vibrant illustrations bring the life straightforward vocabulary and letters in both Spanish and English. It's all you need from A to Z in two languages!
Author: Theresa Howell

Bar Code for Is For Airplane: An Aviation Alphabet
Did you know that helicopters can fly forward, backward, and side-to-side? Or that the wingspan of a jumbo jet is practically twice so long as the distance of the Wright Brothers' quite first flight? Since recorded time, man has looked to the sky and dreamed of...
Author: Mary Ann McCabe Riehle

Bar Code for Jet Alphabet Book
Readers will find much to admire in this handsomely illustrated introduction to twenty-eight varieties of jets. They will learn how a jet engine works, fly aboard a Nighthawk Stealth Fighter, and discover out a lot more about jets like the Concorde, the U-2 spy plane,...
Author: Jerry Pallotta / Rob Bolster

Bar Code for Jet Fighters Coloring Book
Forty-four finely detailed illustrations with fact-filled captions bring all the drama of the quest for air superiority to life in an exciting collection that consists of a low-flying U. S. F-117 Stealth fighter, an aircraft carrier-based F-18, a Tornado...
Author: John Batchelor / Coloring Books

Bar Code for Jet Plane: How It Works
Go on an airplane ride.
Author: David Macaulay / Sheila Keenan

Bar Code for Just Plane Smart Activities For Kids
parents dreading the fidgeting and whining that generally accompany family airplane travel will welcome this exclusive new collection of at-the-seat activities. From designing your own airport to finding your way within the sky. from crossing time zones to understanding...
Author: Ed Sobey

Bar Code for Lincoln's Flying Spies: Thaddeus Lowe
On June 1, 1862, Thaddeus Lowe floated a thousand feet above a fierce Civil War battle raging just outside the Confederate capital of Richmond, Virginia. From the wicker basket dangling beneath his silk hydrogen balloon, the aeronaut telegraphed a message...
Author: Gail Jarrow

Bar Code for Look Inside An Airport
Airports are thrilling and fascinating areas for children, complete of unusual equipment, strange machines and - needless to say - lots of planes. This book allows young kids to locate out a lot far more about how an airport works. Richly informative, with colourful,...
Author: Rob Lloyd Jones

Bar Code for Look To The Stars
Buzz Aldrin takes readers on a journey by implies of the history of space exploration. As 1 of a handful of astronauts to have walked on the moon, Buzz Aldrin has a special perspective of space. And he serves as an amazing guide as he introduces us towards the...
Author: Buzz Aldrin

Bar Code for Master Engineer: Rockets
" T-minus ten. nine. eight."the countdown begins. Anticipation swells. The crowd holds their breath. The engines roar to life, and the huge rocket slowly rises from the vapor on the launch pad, defying gravity as it disappears in to the sky. Fortunately,...
Author: Paul Beck

Bar Code for Mayday Mayday : A Coast Guard Rescue
thirty-foot yacht
Author: Chris L. Demarest

Bar Code for Military Aircraft Of Wwii
THIS EDITION IS INTENDED FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY.
Author: Ole Steen Hansen

Bar Code for Model Maker Military Planes: Discover
From World War I bombers and wooden biplanes to present day jets and secret spy planes, Model Maker: Military Planes takes an in-depth appear in the history and future of aviation. Kids will learn how planes happen to be utilized in battle and how unmanned robot planes...
Author: Ian Graham

Bar Code for My First Trip On An Airplane
Read My First Trip on an Airplane to learn all about what to expect at the airport, on the plane, and at your new destination!
Author: Vic Parker

Bar Code for My Plane Book
Exceptional nonfiction for kids from amongst one particular from the most trusted names in learning: the Smithsonian Institution.
Author: Ellen Kirk

Bar Code for National Geographic Readers: Planes
How cool is actually a supersonic jet that can zip, dip, and zoom by way of the air? Or a helicopter that hovers as still as a hummingbird? In this 32-page beginning reader, a real-life pilot introduces kids for the greatest planes that ever flew. Enticing photographs...
Author: Amy Shields

Bar Code for Night Flight: Amelia Earhart Crosses
Award-winning author Robert Burleigh has captured Amelia Earhart's 1st solo flight across the Atlantic in 1932. She was only the second person to do this – as effectively because the first woman. Rich in detail, feeling and incident this is nonfiction with edge...
Author: Robert Burleigh

Bar Code for Noisy Airplane Ride
Now in Paperback! Just in time for summer travel, this paperback edition of THE NOISY AIRPLANE RIDE delivers a rhyming tour of the range of sounds a kid might hear before, during, and after takeoff. Rhythmic noises make for a great read-aloud. A final...
Author: Mike Downs

Bar Code for Picture Book Of Amelia Earhart
1st woman to fly across the Atlantic solo, she disappeared mysteriously.
Author: David A. Adler

Bar Code for Planes At The Airport
Commercial jets, freight planes, prop planes, helicopters, and much more! At the airport there are in-the-gate planes. This one blinks its lights. On the tarmac there are full-of-freight planes. This one loads with mail. There are spinning prop planes, parachute...
Author: Peter Mandel

Bar Code for Planes big Busy Machines
Planes big Busy Machines
Author: Charles Reasoner

Bar Code for Planes Board Book
Children explore the many ways we use airplanes, from seaplanes to crop dusters to planes that write messages inside the sky. This extremely simple picture book about transportation 'will delight the youngest, and have adequate meat for older preschoolers and starting...
Author: Byron Barton

Bar Code for Planes look Inside Cross Sections
Which passenger aircraft flies more rapidly than the speed of sound? Why was fighter ace Manfred von Richthofen nicknamed the Red Baron? What were Globe War I planes made out of?
Author: Michael Johnstone

Bar Code for Planes usborne Lift And Look
This is truly a new addition to this popular pre-school series featuring lots of flaps to lift and Jo Litchfield's handmade models. Scenes contain a jumbo jet at the airport, a sea plane landing plus a private jet ready to take off. With surprises below the...
Author: Felicity Brooks

Bar Code for Planes, Gliders, Helicopters: And Other
Children will learn how hot air helps balloons to fly. why the shape of a wing is critical to flight. and how hang gliders glide and helicopters hover.
Author: Terry Jennings

Bar Code for Rubber Band Powered Flying Machines
Anything you'll want to fly like a pro, indoors or out. Our three only-from-Klutz, rubber band powered airplanes have been carefully engineered for coolness, from the extra-large Firebird (an impressive 19-inch wingspan) , to the acrobatic Lightning Looper...
Author: Scientists Of Klutz Labs

Bar Code for See How They Go: Airplane
See How They Go: Airplane introduces kids to all kinds of high-flying aircraft, from jumbo jets to helicopters.
Author: DK Publishing

Bar Code for Sky High: The True Story Of Maggie Gee
When I was little, something unique occurred each and every Sunday. Other households went to baseball games or the movies, but not mine. We went to watch the airplanes. Maggie dreamed of flying--just like her favorite pilot, Amelia Earhart. She told her brothers...
Author: Marissa Moss

Bar Code for Sky Pioneer: A Photobiography Of Amelia
legendary spirit and inspiring determination of Amelia Earhart takes wing in this wonderful photobiography. Corinne Szabo utilizes quotes from Earhart's own writings, duotone photos, and superb maps to transport us back towards the globe of the sky pioneer...
Author: Corinne Szabo

Bar Code for Soar, Elinor
Elinor Smith was six when she first went for a ride inside a rickety “ flying machine, ” and she was just sixteen when she  earned her aviation license  in 1928.   But not everyone thought that girls must fly. When male pilots...
Author: Tami Lewis Brown

Bar Code for Space Shuttle
Space Shuttle
Author: Jeffrey Zuehlke

Bar Code for Story Of The Wright Brothers
Few stories rival the fascinating and exciting adventures with all the Wright brothers both before and in the course of their early days of flight. This illustrated reader consists of a wonderful story that features the special connection between the Wright brothers...
Author: Lois Mills / Lois Miller

Bar Code for Surviving The Hindenburg
On May 6, 1937, the giant German airship the Hindenburg exploded inside a ball of fire as it attempted to land at Lakehurst Navel Base in New Jersey. Of the 93 guys and women on board, a remarkable 62 survived, including Werner Franz, the ship's 14-year-old cabin...
Author: Larry Verstraete

Bar Code for That's Not My Plane
This delightful series of board books is aimed at very young children. The bright pictures, with their patches of several textures, are developed to develop sensory and language awareness. This newly revised edition for 2012 is sure to be a hit!
Author: Fiona Watt

Bar Code for To Fly: The Story Of The Wright Brothers
Orville and Wilbur Wright were a fascinating pair. Not only did they invent, build, and fly the first airplane, they had been also idiosyncratic individuals who had a unique relationship, sharing a home, a bank account, and a enterprise throughout their lives....
Author: Wendie C. Old

Bar Code for Tuskegee Airmen Story
grandfather reminisces about his service as a Tuskegee Airman.
Author: Lynn Homan / Thomas Reilly

Bar Code for Ultimate Sticker Book: Aircraft
Every Ultimate Sticker Book presents an array of colorful, photographic stickers of baby animals or dinosaurs, the U. S. Presidents or the night sky - there's something for everyone. Young children will love operating with these durable, reusable stickers,...
Author: DK Publishing

Bar Code for Usborne Flip Flap Airport
Children will delight in peeking beneath the flaps in this colorful book. This book encourages believed and eye/hand coordination because the flaps are lifted.
Author: Rob Lloyd Jones

Bar Code for Who Was Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart was a woman of a lot of"firsts."In 1932, she became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. In 1935, she also became the initial woman to fly across the Pacific. From her early years to her mysterious 1937 disappearance while...
Author: Kate Boehm Jerome

Bar Code for Wilbur And Orville Wright: Young Fliers
Presents the boyhood inside the brothers who flew the first airplane in 1903.
Author: Augusta Stevenson

Bar Code for Wind Flyers
All he ever wanted to perform was fly.
Author: Angela Johnson

Bar Code for World War Ii Pilots: An Interactive History
Action-packed, true-history tales put you inside the cockpit. Experience World War II as it happenedthe thrills of blasting the enemy inside a dogfight, the terror of becoming trapped inside a burning plane, as well as the indecision of becoming a hero or saving your life.
Author: Michael Burgan

Bar Code for World's Greatest Paper Airplane
This amazing book has every possible airplane design from stunt plane to glider, from the regular dart, towards the X-Wing. You don't need fancy paper to execute and you can also learn to make ninja stars and frogs, helicopters, and a pac-man head. If you love...
Author: Keith Laux

Bar Code for Wright Brothers: How They Invented
story of the initial powered, sustained, and controlled airplane flight, and the men behind it.
Author: Russell Freedman / Wilbur Wright / Orville Wright

Bar Code for Wright Sister: Katherine Wright
Published in time for the 100th anniversary of the initial flight, here will be the initial complete biography with all the Wright Brothers' sister. Beloved sibling, confidant, and caregiver, Katharine managed a lot of of her brothers' affairs. Based on a thorough study...
Author: Richard Maurer

Bar Code for Yankee Doodle Gals: Women Pilots Of World
Here is the fascinating story of the actually first women to fly U. S. military aircraft— the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) of Globe War II. Although these pioneers were never allowed to fly in combat, they did fly in numerous essential wartime missions—...
Author: Amy Nathan

Bar Code for You Wouldn't Want To Be A World War Ii
FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. An addition to the humorous and fact-filled history series describes the numerous hazards of flying a fighter jet for the Royal Air Force throughout World War II.
Author: Ian Graham

Bar Code for You Wouldn't Want To Be On The First
This best-selling series engages readers of all levels by creating them element of the story. Readers will develop to be the main character and may revel inside the gory and dark sides of life throughout crucial moments in history.
Author: Ian Graham