THE BIG BOOK OF REAL JET PLANES by Clayton Knight

THE BIG BOOK OF REAL JET PLANES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

An immense amount of information is crowded into these pages of pictures in full color with the effect of modern posters, graphic, dramatic, glorified. The accompanying text is not written down to the reader's age, but the author-artist assumes that the boy who has reached the period of interest in jet planes, can take even technical information in his stride. There is descriptive material for identification of types, including- in addition to American models, those of other countries. There is something of the history, of the source of materials, of the use being made.

Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap