Books: Lindbergh & Lindbergh

NORTH TO THE ORIENT—Anne Morrow Lindbergh—Harcourt, Brace ($2.50).

In the summer of 1931, Charles Lindbergh and his wife flew from College Point, Long Island—by way of Maine, Ottawa, Aklavik, Nome, Karaginski, and Tokyo—to Nanking and the flooded valley of the Yangtze River. They were driven down by darkness in Alaska, by fog in Japan; they were lost, went hungry, almost wrecked, were caught in a burning building, discovered a stowaway in their plane, were nearly mobbed by famished Chinese, had to swim for their lives in the dangerous Yangtze when their plane went over....

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