by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
March 16, 2012 In the golden age of flight, pilots reveled in the magic of lonely nights aloft and suffered the perils of stormy skies. Author Gregory Crouch recommends three books that describe these harrowing aero-adventures. Do you remember the first time you flew? Tell us your story in the comments.
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February 26, 2006 Married to one of the world's most famous men, Anne Morrow Lindbergh often chafed at the public attention she received. Her 1955 book Gift from the Sea, written on quiet Captiva Island, gazed inward at life, marriage and family.
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