1955 Special Edition; Pantheon Books publishers, New York; hardbound in external slipcase; very good condition with vivid color illustrations by George W. Thompson; unmarked pages; slipcase good with light wear.
"This is Anne Morrow Lindbergh's first book in eleven years. Her reflections on a woman's life were matured in these active years of family living and stimulated by conversations with men and women who experience the same problems and feel the same need for assessing the true values of life."
"In the years following her marriage, Anne Morrow Lindbergh learned to pilot a plane, and was the first woman in America to obtain a glider-pilot's license. She studied dead reckoning and celestial navigation, and accompanied her husband as a radio operator on the survey flights to explore air routes to Asia and Europe..."