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Airplane Boys in the Black Woods

E. J. Craine

Book Overview: 

The Airplane Boys accidentally bump into a new mystery which is only solved after many pages of excitement in this seventh book of air adventures.”

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Book Excerpt: 
. . .I’d a pumped you full of lead, see. You can thank me that you aren’t a sieve this minute.” During this disquieting dialogue the boys had made little progress, then suddenly a voice shouted.

“I say, who else are you expecting?”

“Nobody, you know very well.”

“There’s a plane here—”

“A plane?”

“Yeh. One of those whirligig ones.” At that announcement the boys stopped in their tracks.

“Let’s go back,” Bob whispered, tugging at Jim’s coat.

“This is a hard crowd,” Jim admitted. They started to retrace their steps but by the time they reached the fallen logs, the air was almost clear, the live insects had struggled on, while only a few who could go no further, fluttered to the ground, which was whit. . . Read More

Community Reviews

The Airplane Boys were the stars of an eight book series which was published between 1930 and 1932. Aviators were still romantic and adventurous figures, though manned, powered flight was no longer such an unbelievable marvel as it was a couple of decades earlier. (Note that they're airplane boys, n