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The Boyhood Diary of Charles Lindbergh, 1913-1916: Early Adventure of the Famous Aviator (Diaries, Letters, and Memoirs)
by Charles A. Lindbergh, Megan O'Hara
Library Binding from Capstone Press
Book Published: 01 July, 2000

The Spirit of St. Louis
by Charles A. Lindbergh
Paperback from Scribner Book Company
Book Published: 01 December, 2003

The Spirit of St Louis
by Charles A. Lindbergh
Hardcover from Simon & Schuster Inc
Book Published: 01 August, 1998

Charles Lindbergh (Compass Point Early Biographies)
by Lucia Raatma
Library Binding from Compass Point Books
Book Published: 01 August, 2000

Spirit & Creator: The Mysterious Man Behind Lindbergh's Flight to Paris
by Nova Hall
Hardcover from Atn/Safe Goods
Book Published: 01 May, 2003

Anne Morrow Lindbergh : Her Life
by Susan Hertog, Tina Pohlman (Editor)
Paperback - 608 pages (October 17, 2000)
Anchor Books; ISBN: 0385720076

Lindbergh
by A. Scott Berg 

Charles Lindbergh's solo flight from New York to Paris captured the imagination of a postwar generation hungry for heroes, and cemented an exalted spot for the 25-year-old pilot from Minnesota in the collective American imagination. A. Scott Berg's thorough new biography of the aviator suggests that despite the public scrutiny that accompanied his every move until his death in 1974, Lindbergh remained an intensely private man. The son of ill-matched parents who separated when he was 6, he was painfully shy and emotionally guarded. "Aviation created a brotherhood of casual acquaintances ... in which he felt comfortable," writes Berg with characteristic perceptiveness. Lindbergh's wife, the writer Anne Morrow Lindbergh, gave Berg unrestricted access to her husband's and her own voluminous personal papers--and he made good use of them to assess both the couple's relationship and their activities. Probably the most startling revelation is a brief but candid discussion of Anne's affair in the late 1950s with a New Jersey doctor, which helped assuage her need to vent emotions in a way her buttoned-up husband found insupportable. (During the horrendous days in 1932 when their 20-month-old son was kidnapped and killed, Berg notes, she never once saw Charles cry.) The biography is solid on all aspects of Lindbergh's career, including his notorious urging that America stay out of World War II; Berg rebuts charges that Lindbergh was a Nazi or a traitor, but rightly criticizes the anti-Semitism latent in some of his speeches. With this book, Berg succeeds in surveying Lindbergh's fascinating life and assessing its historic impact. Amazon.com
Paperback: 628 pages
Berkley Pub Group; ISBN: 0425170411; (September 1999)

The Spirit of St. Louis
by Charles A. Lindbergh, Reeve Lindbergh (Introduction)
Paperback - 580 pages 
Minnesota Historical Society; ISBN: 087351288X

Charles A. Lindbergh : A Photographic Album
by Joshua Stoff
Paperback - 165 pages (April 1995)
Dover Pubns; ISBN: 0486278786

Charles Lindbergh and the Spirit of St. Louis
by F. Robert Van Der Linden, et al
(Hardcover - May 2002)

Charles A. Lindbergh: A Human Hero
by James Giblin
(Hardcover - November 1997)

Flight : The Journey of Charles Lindbergh
Robert Burleigh, Mike Wimmer (Illustrator)
School & Library Binding / Published 1991

Autobiography of Values
Charles A. Lindbergh 
Paperback / Published 1992

An American Hero : The True Story of Charles A. Lindbergh
by Barry Denenberg
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Paperback - 272 pages Reprint edition (January 1998)
Scholastic Trade; ISBN: 059046955X 

North to the Orient
by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
Paperback (June 1966)
Harcourt Brace; ISBN: 0156671409

The Spirit of St. Louis (Scribner Classics)
by Charles A. Lindbergh
(Hardcover - September 1998)

The Ghosts of Hopewell: Setting the Record Straight in the Lindbergh Case
by Jim Fisher
The sad story of Charles Lindbergh's baby, kidnapped and murdered at the height of America's love affair with its aviator hero, is common knowledge, as is the scandal and corruption surrounding the conviction and execution of Bruno Hauptmann for that crime. In The Ghosts of Hopewell, Jim Fisher tells us another story, one more surprising in its lack of conspiracy and intrigue. Fisher writes simply, clearly, and with conviction--firmly convinced that Hauptmann was indeed the killer. As he sorts through the evidence, the testimony, the motives, and the crime itself, it becomes clear to the reader, too, that this was not simply a case of corrupt politicians and law enforcement officials trying to put a controversial murder to rest. It was, as believed originally, a case of an unemployed immigrant who saw an opportunity to make a few quick bucks on the brutal murder of the innocent child of America's celebrity of the day. --Lisa Higgins - Amazon.com
Hardcover: 224 pages
Southern Illinois Univ Pr (Trd); ISBN: 0809322854; illustrate edition (November 1999)

Ferguson's Career Biography Series : Charles Lindbergh
by Lucia Raatma
(Library Binding - January 2001)

The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping Trial: A Headline Court Case (Headline Court Cases)
by Judy Monroe
Library Binding: 128 pages
Enslow Publishers, Inc.; ISBN: 0766013898; (September 2000)

The Lindbergh Baby Kidnapping in American History (In American History)
by Judith Edwards 

Night Flight: Charles Lindbergh's Incredible Adventure (All Aboard Reading. Level 2)
by Dan Andreasen (Illustrator), Sydelle A. Kramer
(Paperback - February 2002)

Lindbergh: Flight's Enigmatic Hero
by Von Hardesty
Hardcover from Harcourt
Book Published: 01 November, 2002

Under a Wing : A Memoir
by Reeve Lindbergh
Paperback - 223 pages (September 7, 1999)
Delta; ISBN: 0385334443

The Untold Story of the Spirit of St. Louis
by Ev Casagneres
(Paperback - July 2002)

The Spirit of Charles Lindbergh : Another Dimension
T. Willard Hunter
Hardcover / Published 1993
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Anne Morrow Lindbergh : A Gift for Life
by Dorothy Herrmann
Paperback Reprint edition (December 1993)
Penguin USA (Paper); ISBN: 0140232389
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