The Wright Brothers
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📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Samuel Willard Crompton
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : In December 1903, Orville and Wilbur Wright made history by embarking on the first controlled airplane flight among the dunes of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, thus opening up an era of aviation throughout the world. This title is part of the "Milestones in American History" series.
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : This book is suitable for children age 9 and above. The names Orville and Wilbur Wright will always be remembered and associated with aeroplanes. This is the story of their lives. The story of the difficulties they faced and how they persevered and succeeded in building the world's first successful aeroplane.
📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Ian Graham
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : Combines a life of Wilbur and Orville Wright with an introduction to the scientific background behind their development of a heavier-than-air craft that could actually fly.
📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Ruth Franchere
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : An easy-to-read biography of the two brothers who built and flew the first powered airplane in 1903.
📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Anna Sproule
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : A biography of the brothers who made the world's first flight in a power-driven, heavier-than-air machine at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, in 1903.
📒The Wright Brothers For Kids ✍ Mary Kay Carson
✏The Wright Brothers for Kids Book Summary : An activity book tells the amazing true story of how two bicycle-making brothers from Ohio, with no more than high-school educations, accomplished a feat on the beaches of Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, that forever changed the world. Original.
📒Inside The Wright Brothers ✍ John Passfield
✏Inside the Wright Brothers Book Summary : This novel, Inside the Wright Brothers: Flight is Possible, presents the Wright Brothers as idealists who build a dream out of the nuts and bolts of their everyday reality. There is a hard core of steel in the Wrights that, however compassionate, polite, accommodating and modest they appear to be to other people, is the straight arrow that allows them to see their life's work clearly, to make every decision and action move towards the achievement of their goal, and to seldom make false judgments or false gestures that would cause them to deviate from their true course. The assurance that guides the brothers is that quality in creative people that allows them to work towards their life's goal no matter who or what encourages or discourages them, advances them or retards them, promotes them or disparages them. Familiarity with the Wright Brothers story has made the invention of the world's first airplane seem to have a fairy-tale ambiance which is divorced from the sweat and anxiety of everyday life. This assumption of an effortless invention process is actually a hold-over from the initial response to their accomplishment by the people of the Wright Brothers' own time. While suitably impressed with the achievement of the Wright Brothers, the people of the early 20th Century remained unaware of the complex process that the Wright Brothers had actually gone through in order to produce such amazing results. The lack of appreciation of the complexity of the invention process is a result of the pronouncements of "aviation experts" of the time who failed to appreciate the magnitude of the Wright accomplishment for two reasons: an inability to imagine the number and complexity of the challengesthat the Wrights had found solutions to, and a desire to limit the Wright's legal hold over their inventions in light of what promised to be a great financial future for the new innovation. In effect, while the public of the early 20th Century marveled at the invention of the airplane, and gave full credit to the Wright Brothers, many "aviation experts"assumed that the Wright Brothers' contribution to the invention process had involved nothing more complicated than a little tinkering with the ideas of those who were better qualified - by education and by academic eminence - to invent the airplane. True appreciation of the wonder of the Wright Brothers' contribution to the invention of controlled, human-piloted, powered flight has been reserved for the detailed historical and aeronautical researches and studies of our own time. It is here, a century after the Wright Brothers' accomplishment, that the mythical story - of small-town bicycle mechanics astonishing the world with a feat as impressive as the boy Arthur pulling the sword from the stone - and the modern story of painstaking scientific research and development - of problem, theory, experiment and solution - come together. The novel explores the tenacity which allows the Wright Brothers to cling with an eagle's talons to the single idea that human flight is possible.
📒Flying High With The Wright Brothers ✍ Mary Māden
✏Flying High With The Wright Brothers Book Summary : "Historical fact meets fantasy in this exciting tale of the Wright Brothers' first flight. Join Petey, the wild Corolla pony, and his friend Tazz as they visit the Wright Brothers National Memorial. Journey back into time and witness the birth of aviation through the eyes of three delightful characters, Great Grandpappy Razz, Ozzie Osprey, and Mr. Mockingbird. Based on fact, and using an artist's renderings of the Wright Brothers' photographs, this book will educate as well as entertain."--Cover.
📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Ginger Wadsworth
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : A biography of the two inventors whose 1903 powered, controlled flight of an airplane at Kitty Hawk, North Carolina, made history.
📒The Wright Brothers ✍ Bernard Ryan
✏The Wright Brothers Book Summary : Presents a biography of the bicycle makers whose fascination with flight led them to build and fly the world's first successful aircraft powered by an engine and controlled by a pilot.