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Signed copies of "Adventures in Flying" are available by sending a check or money order for $29.95 plus $3.50 shipping and handling (total $33.45) to Alexander & Ray, PO Box 167, Gillette, N.J. 07933. New Jersey residents should add 7 percent sales tax ($2.10) for a total of $35.55.

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New Jersey Stores

The book is also available at a number of New Jersey outlets including the Clinton Book Shop in Clinton, the Bookworm in Bernardsville, the Califon Book shop in Califon, Gabrielle's Art Gallery in Frenchtown, the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum at Teterboro Airport, The Naval Air Station Wildwood Aviation Museum, and Somerset Airport in Bedminster.

Additional Stores

Museum of Flight Gift Shop, Seattle, WA
EAA Museum Gift Shop, Oshkosh, WI
Betts Bookstore, Bangor, ME


"Adventures in Flying" Fact Sheet

Price: U.S. $29.95
Canada $33.00
Number of Pages: 516
Number of Photographs: 120
Library of Congress Control Number (LCCN): 2007902794
ISBN: 978-0-615-13294-5 (cloth: Alk. paper)
Publisher: Alexander & Ray LLC, PO Box 167, Gillette, NJ 07933-0167
www.adventuresinflying.net
Description of book: "Adventures in Flying" is a collection of human interest aviation stories involving virtually every aspect of flying, including airplanes, gliders, ultralights, helicopters, balloons, blimps, and seaplanes. These are unusual--sometimes almost unbelievable--achievements of pilots who are, for the most part unknown, although there are some stories about aviation heroes, including Jimmy Doolittle, Amelia Earhart, Malcolm Forbes. There are stories about men and women who overcame what seemed like insurmountable obstacles to achieve their goals. The book includes chapters on Blacks in Aviation, (including stories about Tuskegee Airmen), Women in Aviation, Mercy Flights, and handicapped pilots.
About the author: Jack Elliott wrote an aviation column for the Sunday Star-Ledger (Newark, New Jersey) for more than 38 1/2 years, the longest running aviation column to appear in any major newspaper. The stories in this book are based on those columns. He has received a half dozen national journalism awards and has been inducted into the Aviation Hall of Fame of New Jersey. He was presented with the FAA Wright Brothers Award for more than 50 years of safe flying.