Propeller One-way Night Coach: A Fable for All Ages

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Warner Books, 1997 - Air travel - 42 pages
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Ever since he could remember, young Jeff wanted to fly in an airplane more than anything in the world. His mother had told him that if he saved his pennies, they would take a trip together. And here they were, on the first of a series of connecting flights that would take them from Newark all the way to Los Angeles. Best of all, Jeff had planned the entire trip by himself. Jeff's mom was a Grade-B movie actress with a talent for attracting men. In her company everything became an opportunity for adventure, from that strange airline food ... to that suspiciously nervous passenger ... to that beautiful stewardess who stole Jeff's heart. But this was only the beginning. The real surprises lay ahead that night, and in Jeff's future.

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Ever since he could remember, young Jeff wanted to fly in an airplane more than anything in the world. His mother had told him that if he saved his pennies, they would take a trip together. And here ... Read full review

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A very short little story by the famous actor and celebrity John Travolta. Travolta should not give up his acting job to be a writer. He is famous for his love of aviation and he's a certified pilot ... Read full review

About the author (1997)

Television and motion picture actor John Travolta was born in Englewood, New Jersey on February 18, 1954. He dropped out of school when he was 16 to become an actor. Travolta starred as Vinnie Barbarino in the sitcom Welcome Back, Kotter, and has appeared in a wide array of movies, including Carrie, The Boy in the Plastic Bubble, Saturday Night Fever (for which he received an Oscar nomination), Grease, Urban Cowboy, Look Who's Talking, Pulp Fiction, Face Off, A Civil Action and The General's Daughter. An avid aviation enthusiast, in 1997 he published a book titled Propeller One-Way Night Coach.

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