New York, (1974): Delacorte Press. First Edition. Ocatvo. First printing, signed by the author. Bach shares fifteen years of his life who began to write after he learned to fly. He will explain why flying is so important to him and he will be able to shae his experinces in the air and the special peple who are his friends in the world of flying.337pp., Illustrated by K.O Eckland. Bound in light blue paper covered boards backed in a darker blue, upper board pictorially stamped in silver depicting an airplane, spine lettering silver. Just a hint of toning to board edges, one corner lightly bumped. A very good copy in very good unclipped dust jacket only two smal closed edge tears to rear panel and minor wear to spine ends and corners.
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