FROM ANOTHER ISLAND by Sherry Waterman

FROM ANOTHER ISLAND

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A world-travelling airline hostess' own story of flying, this cheerful, often-amusing tale will be of special interest to young women. Pursing that ""island"" of imagination just beyond the next stop, this girl's nomad life took her across the U. S., down to Mexico, and on to the romantic world of the Far East. She tells the story of that life, of the day-to-day episodes, mishaps and occasional tension it produces. She finds something of value to report in everything she sees, whether the scene be a teeming Oriental city or a near-deserted Midway Island.

Pub Date: April 18th, 1962
Publisher: Chilton