FROM THE GROUND UP by Canfield Cook

FROM THE GROUND UP

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An out of the groove aspect of aviation, treated in a run-of-the-mill fashion. Tom Brenton, 24, fresh out of AAC, running a small flying school, conceives of a super-airport recreation center for his home town. Much scurrying around getting estimates, convincing chamber of commerce, converting local politicians to airmindedness. Good flying episodes for air-conscious young adults, but paper characterizations and lack of central plot will disappoint readers in the between-flight sections.

Pub Date: Sept. 13th, 1948
Publisher: Crowell