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Tom Swift in Captivity is book number 13 of the Tom Swift series. In this adventure Tom, Ned, Mr. Damon and Eradicate travel to South America in search of a tribe of giants. In this adventure Tom, Ned, Mr. Damon and Eradicate travel to South America in search of a tribe of giants. In Tom Swift and His Airship, Tom Swift has finished his latest invention- the Red Cloud, a fast and innovative airship. Tom is anxious for a cross-country trial, but just before he and his friends take off, the Shopton bank is robbed. No sooner is Tom in the air than he is blamed for the robbery.
Tom Swift 28 complete novels & 4 Moving Picture Boys books:Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle; Or, Fun and Adventures on the RoadTom Swift and The Visitor from Planet XTom Swift Among the Diamond Makers, or, the Secret of Phantom MountainTom Swift and His Sky Racer, or, the 4/4(26). View the profiles of people named Tom Swift. Join Facebook to connect with Tom Swift and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share.
Those old Tom Swift books were first edition, smelled musty and the paper was kind of crumbly but the adventures described were cool as hell. Fordors, SHARE POST #5. Tom Swift is the central character in a series of early 20th century American Juvenile Adventure novels which emphasize science, invention and technology. In his various incarnations (usually in his teens) he's inventive and science-minded, "_Swift by name and swift by nature_". Each book focuses on Tom's latest invention, and its role either in solving a problem or mystery, or in assisting.
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41 rows The first novels to feature the Tom Swift character were released in by Grosset & Dunlap. The series was created by Edward Stratemeyer, and written by several ghostwriters in its duration.
The first 38 titles were published by Grosset & Dunlap, with two ghostwriters: Howard Garis wrote the first thirty-five titles, while Harriet Adams wrote the final three. Tom Swift Inventors' Academy Starter Pack: The Drone Pursuit; The Sonic Breach; Restricted Access; The Virtual Vandal.
It was author Edward Stratemeyer, who created the Tom’s character for the first time. Stratemeyer is also the founder of the popular book packaging firm known as the Stratemeyer Syndicate. The adventures of Tom Swift in the Tom Swift series have been penned down by numerous ghostwriters as.
The Tom Swift Megapack presents the first 25 volumes of the famous series in proper order, with original cover illustrations. Included are: Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle Tom Swift and His Motor-Boat Tom Swift and His Airship Tom Swift and His Submarine Boat Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout Tom Swift and His Wireless Message/5().
A product of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, Tom Swift is the eponymous hero in the 38 volume Tom Swift series published by Grosset & Dunlap from to. Tom Swift is the protagonist in a series of juvenile science fiction/adventure, written under the house pseudonym Victor Appleton.
The character was created by Stratemeyer Syndicate founder Edward Stratemeyer. The series has a focus on science, inventions and technology. Make Offer - Great Lot of 5 Vintage 's Tom Swift Adventure Books ~ Victor Appleton Tom Swift Jr.
Adventures- Lot of 9 books, thru copyright, hardcover 8 $ 9d 16h. Tom Swift Sr., for those who don't know, is the very first of the famous Swift family. His books, combined with the ones concerning his son, make up what may be the most famous books concerning scientific inventors in all juvenile literature.
The Tom Swift Activity Book ()-- Did you know that there is a Tom Swift Activity Book. The British Tom Swift Books-- Had you heard about the Tom Swift books reprinted by Collins in Great Britain.
Tom Swift Jr. Handbook of Science Experiments-- Did you know that a book of science experiments, starring Tom Swift himself, was planned by the. Tom Swift is the eponymous hero in the 38 volume Tom Swift series published by Grosset & Dunlap from to and two Whitman Better Little Books published to The stories are basically adventure tales with Tom's latest invention being heavily involved in the plot.
Tom Swift and His Big Tunnel or The Hidden City of the Andes PG text. Tom Swift in the Land of Wonders or The Underground Search for the Idol of Gold PG text. Tom Swift and His War Tank or Doing His Bit for Uncle Sam PG text. Tom Swift and His Air Scout or Uncle Sam's Mastery of the Sky PG text. Tom Swift and His Undersea Search.
Tom Swift appeared to be calm, although in reality he was about as excited over his latest invention as he ever had been about anything in his life. "I'm sure it's going to work, Ned!" he said eagerly to his chum as they neared Tom's private laboratory. "With my new device I hope to learn more about the planets.
I want to start soon—". The TOM SWIFT SR. series, a Stratemeyer Syndicate product marketed under the "Victor Appleton" house name, consisted of 38 volumes and two Better Little Books published between and Authorship of the first 35 volumes is generally credited to Howard R.
Garis. The final five titles are purported to have been written by Harriet Adams. In the heirs of Stratemeyer resumed the series: but now it was The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures, its hero the even more brilliant son of the original Tom Swift (who still made appearances as the eminence gris of the Swifts' modern high-tech invention facility, of which he was the CEO), and the pseudonymous author was now "Victor Appleton.
The Tom Swift, Jr., books were a fun, upbeat, and interesting adventure series published for kids from to that promoted science, fair-play, patriotism, and team-work; they were good, positive books.
The series served as a sequel to the original Tom Swift series that appeared from t. s Tom Swift Books. Victor Appleton. Tom Swift and his Flying Boat.
Tom Swift and His Aerial Warship. Antique Books for Boys. Old Books LoveDoveTrading 5 out of 5 stars (2,) $ $ $ (20% off). Tom Swift is a genius inventor whose breakthroughs in technology (especially transport technology) drive the plots of the novels, placing them in a genre sometimes called "invention fiction" or "Edisonade".
This book is the 20th in the original series published fromwritten by a ghost writer using the name of Victor Appleton. The Tom Swift books appeared in several series’ over the years. The first series, published from toincluded 40 volumes.
The second series, Tom Swift. The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures is an old series worth putting on your new collector’s radar. First appearing in and spanning 33 titles, the books were published by Grosset & Dunlap, as part of the Stratemeyer Syndicate of Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew fame.
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Get cozy and expand your home library with a large online selection of books at Fast & Free shipping on many items!Written:. Tom Swift, Circling The Globe, Children's Hardcover Book, First Edition, Children's Series, Literature, Children's Story MountainAireVintage 5 out of 5 stars () $ Tom Swift is the young protagonist in a series of juvenile adventure novels which began in the early twentieth century and continue to the present.
Tom Swift is a genius inventor whose breakthroughs in technology (especially transport technology) drive the plots of the novels, placing them in a genre sometimes called “invention fiction” or 4/5(1).The TOM SWIFT JR. series consisted of 33 titles produced by the Stratemeyer Syndicate and marketed under the "Victor Appleton II" house name.
All 33 volumes were published by Grosset & Author: Victor Appleton II.