Air-Crazy: Fascinating stories of Canadian women in the air
by Elizabeth Muir
When airplanes were first invented over 100 years ago, they were flown by men. Women weren't even supposed to be passengers. But many "air-crazy" women wanted to fly, and eventually they did - becoming pilots, stewardesses, flight instructors, and astronauts.
Author and historian Elizabeth Muir tells stories about some of these courageous and determined women across Canada who contributed so much to Canadian aviation history.
Also available in French.
This book can be purchased for $12 (plus $6 shipping in Canada)
Alys McKey Bryant
Felicity Bennet McKendry
Mary Ellen Pauli