New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1928. Rogers, Walter S. First Edition. Hard Cover. Near Fine / Fair. Item #2265386
First edition. MAD 56900-6-1. Near fine in fair jacket. Copyright page and front jacket flap list series through book 6. Jacket stained and toned with some loss from spine head and foot.
vi, 215,  pp. 8vo. Original red cloth. Illustrations by Walter S. Rogers. "The Ted Scott Flying Stories was a series of juvenile aviation adventures created by the Stratemeyer Syndicate using the pseudonym of Franklin W. Dixon (also used for The Hardy Boys) and published almost exclusively by Grosset & Dunlap. The novels were produced between 1927 and 1943. The principal author was John W. Duffield, who also contributed to the Don Sturdy and Bomba the Jungle Boy series. As "Richard H. Stone" he also launched a second Stratemeyer aviation series, the Slim Tyler Air stories (1930–1932). Duffield was a conscientious student of aeronautical technology, and long passages in the Ted Scott books can be traced to such sources as Aviation, the New York Times, Aero Digest, and Science. The series featured Ted Scott, a public aviation hero rather than merely an amateur aviator. In the first book in the series, Over the Ocean to Paris published in 1927, Ted Scott achieved fame for being the first pilot to fly over the Atlantic Ocean to Paris, a feat first accomplished in the real world by Charles Lindbergh in May of that year."