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From the Publisher"A perfectly calibrated tribute to an early heroine of the air."
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"There's no denying the pioneering nature—or danger—of the Lindberghs' flights . . . readers interested in the early years of flight and the Lindberghs will find the book of interest."
—The Washington Times
". . . both pointed and modest . . . Charles could have had almost any pilot in the world for his second seat, so his choice is a ringing endorsement . . ."
—The New York Times Book Review
"Winters vividly reminds us what a courageous pioneer Anne was."
"Beautifully written . . . Anne Morrow Lindbergh emerges as a more complete and relatable character then ever before, and an aviator long overdue for respect."
"An admirable array of research. . . . Anne's important role in early aviation has not been treated as extensively elsewhere."
"Winters . . . recreates Lindbergh's early years with fresh perspective."
"As you read First Lady of the Air, it becomes obvious that Winters did her homework . . . Highly recommended."
—EAA Sport Aviation
"Kathleen Winters has rendered a service to aviation history by telling a story that, amazingly, has gone untold for decades."
—Barrett Tillman, author of Lemay: A Biography and Clash of the Carriers
"Only a handful of writers have captured the beauty of flight in writing, and Anne Morrow Lindbergh figures prominently among them. It is curious that until now, no one has examined the life in the air from which that writing drew. In a wonderful telling, long overdue and most welcome, Winters gives us a rich and vibrant portrait of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, pilot."
—David Toomey, author of Stormchasers and co-author of Amelia Earhart's Daughters
"Winters' thoughtful account . . . brings out the truth. With this book, she brings back to us the excitement and adventure of those early flying days, and honors a quiet, courageous woman who became an integral part of it all. I recommend this work wholeheartedly, and with gratitude."
—Reeve Lindbergh, daughter of Anne Morrow and Charles Lindbergh
"Kathleen Winters skillfully weaves original material, never before published, to depict Anne Lindbergh's aviation career and life story. A moving tribute and a compelling read."
—Dr. Peggy Chabrian, President, Women in Aviation International
"Kathleen Winters brings Anne Morrow Lindbergh's life as a pilot into sharp focus. Her book is a welcome addition to the history of women in aviation."
—Martha Ackmann, author of The Mercury 13: The True Story of Thirteen Women and the Dream of Space Flight