Zeppelin!: The Age of the Airship
In 'Zeppelin', readers explore the triumphs and tragedies of the age of the great airships, from their invention by 'crazy' Count Ferdinand Von Zeppelin to their decline after the Hindenberg disaster. The 48-page Level 3 books, designed for children who can read on their own, contain more complex sentence structure and more detail.
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Air current Alaska America's first airship American airship Amundsen Angeles Beginning to Read Bugs built coast to coast Commander Lansdowne Commander Rosendahl control car Count Ferdinand Count Zeppelin craft Crazy Count crowd deadly disaster Dorling Kindersley Readers dream dropped earth engines excitement exploded feet Ferdinand von Zeppelin filled with hydrogen flags flame flight Floating flown fly from coast freezing fog fuel gas bags gave gently Germany grabbed gracefully Grades ground crew gust of wind hand rail hangar height helium Hindenburg horrified huge inferno inside Italian Jersey Lake Constance Lakehurst landing crew Landing ropes LEGO Level lifted Lipke lives looked Luftschiff Zeppelin Machines mission Mooring cone mooring mast mountain passes Nobile Norge North Pole Norwegian onboard outer passengers plummeted Promenade deck pulled quickly ripped safely safety record Shenandoah began ship ship's slowly snowstorm started Suddenly Tornado tow ropes Trees trip twisted upward violent storms window