Books

WomanPilot magazine is published by Aviatrix Publishing, Inc. API has published a variety of aviation books including:
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How High She Flys

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Hardcover: 156 pages
Publisher: Aviatrix Pub; 1 edition (May 15, 1999)
ISBN-10: 1928760007
ISBN-13: 978-1928760009

Dorothy Swain Lewis, who flew B-26 Martin Marauder bombers as a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II, taught other WASPs to fly. Now an octogenarian, Lewis is the sculptress of four life-sized bronze statues that commemorate the bravery and skill of her sister WASPs. How High She Flies tells the story of this remarkable artist and teacher, pilot and horsewoman.

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Wingtip to Wingtipwingtip2wingtip1.gif  8 WASPs, Women’s Airforce Service Pilots of World War II

by Marjorie H. Roberts. USA: Aviatrix Publishing, 2000. From the words of individual WASP.

Paperback: 128 pages
Publisher: Aviatrix Pub (2000)
ISBN-10: 1928760015
ISBN-13: 978-1928760016

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Sea Logs of WWII 

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by A.J. Shutsy, I.J. Shutsy, H.J. Michalowski

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Photo:  Left is Danielle Clarneaux, design editor of Sea Logs and founding editor of Woman Pilot magazine.
Right is Florence “Shutsy” Reynolds WASP WWII. They are on a cruise at a WASP Convention in Portland, Oregon

Assembled by WASP Florence “Shutsy” Reynolds

Her brother’s and brother-in-law’s sea journals as Merchant Marines

Published by Aviatrix Publishing, Inc.  2002

ISBN: 1-928760-03-1

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You will find these books of interest also:

Anne Morrow Lindbergh: First Lady of the Air

Aviation defined Anne Morrow Lindbergh’s life. Today she’s recognized as a gifted writer and the wife of legendary aviator Charles Lindbergh, but few people know of her own accomplishments in aviation. Kathleen C. Winters is an author, aviation historian, and licensed pilot.amorrowbookcover1.gif

Her articles have appeared in Woman Pilot, Aviation for Women, and Soaring magazines, and she has been a featured speaker at a Lindbergh Symposium and many other venues. See her site and the book at www.KathleenWinters.com.

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 Daughter of the Air

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by Rob Simbeck

The Brief Soaring Life of Cornelia Fort WAF

Published by Atlantic Monthly Press, NY

http://www.robsimbeck.com/books_daughter.htm 

“a wonderfully researched biography”

–John Fleischman, Air & Space magazine, January 2012 

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Rob’s work has appeared in The Washington Post, Guideposts, Rolling Stone, Field & Stream, Free Inquiry and dozens of other newspapers and magazines. Rod is a national award winning author. His book “Daughter of the Air” tells the story of Cornelia Fort and the other members of the WAFS, the first female pilots in U.S. military history. He resides in Nashville, Tennessee.

http://www.robsimbeck.com/

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International Women in Aviation Milestones & Achievements 1854-2012

The Black Hawk Publishing Company by Henry M. Holden

 

 

This encyclopedia of almost 1,100 International Women in Aviation Milestones & Achievements is assembled from a variety of

recognized aviation sources. In addition it has more than 200 links to individuals and additional biographical information.

This eBook is available on Amazon’s Kindle for $3.99.

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E-Books

Courageous, Adventurous Women of The World – Janet Reno

Janet Reno’s official portrait for the Justice Department was painted by Dorothy Swain Lewis WASP WWII.

This eBook tells of the weekend of celebration with Dot and Janet’s families and friends.

Author: Bobbi Roe

Available as an eBook on Kindle.  $ .99

 

3 Responses to “Books”

  1. Hi,
    I’m a motor-glider-pilot in Hamburg, Germany, and I would really like to read your magazine! Would it be possible to send one to my address? Just let me know, how much it might cost.
    Thank you very much
    and best wishes from Hamburg,
    Renate Reith

    Renate Reith
    Im Tale 17
    20251 Hamburg
    Germany

  2. Dear editors of Women Pilot Magazine,

    I am from Germany and writing my deploma for history on “WASP – Women Pilots of the Second World War” and I’d like to ask you if I can purchase “Wingtip to Wingtip” and “How High she flies” from you because in Germany I could not find copies of these books. I hope you can help me.

    Thank You
    Your’s sincerely,

    Doreen Bärwolf

    P.S.: If you have other material about WASP, it would be nice of you informig me.

  3. Hello,
    am Stacie i would like to receive a woman pilot magazine
    thanks

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