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Bernstein, Allison Trent. Review.

School Library Journal 43 (November 1997): 128. This positive review calls Giblin's writing "clear and readable prose."

"James Cross Giblin." In Contemporary Authors. Volume 106. Edited by Frances C. Locker. Detroit: Gale Research, 1982. This listing of his publications includes Giblin's comments on why he enjoys nonfiction research.

"James Cross Giblin." In Something About the Author. Volume 75. Edited by Diane Telgen. Detroit: Gale Research, 1994. This entry gives personal biographical information and highlights of Giblin's career.

Meyer, Randy. Review. Booklist 94 (September 15, 1997): 230. This reviewer believes Giblin has drawn a portrait of the complete man.

Sutton, Roger. Review. Horn Book 73 (November/December 1997): 695.

Sutton praises Giblin for his ability to retell such a well-known event as the transatlantic flight with great suspense.

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