6 edition of Tom Swift & Company found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Tom Swift and Company.|
|Statement||by John T. Dizer, Jr.|
|LC Classifications||PS3537.T817 Z62|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||81001559|
Tom Swift and His Motorcycle is a dramatization of the first book in the Tom Swift series; a series about a young boy inventor and his book was first published in The summary of the story is as follows from CRT's website. Young Tom Swift purchases a motorcycle and, being the inventor that he is, modifies it to his specifications in time to transport his father's new. Tom Swift and His Electric Locomotive; or, Two Miles a Minute on the Rails, Tom Swift and His Giant Telescope, (Better Little Book) Tom Swift Jr. Series. Tom Swift and the Visitor from Planet X (by James Duncan Lawrence) Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung (by James Duncan Lawrence) Notes.
While Tom and his dad are hiking in a state park, Mr. Swift is kidnapped. Tom is eager to use the resources of Swift Enterprises to go after him, but the FBI agent in charge of the investigation warns him to stay out of it, and the company's head of security is arrested.3/5. History. Tom Swifties first came to prominence in the United States with the publication of the book Tom Swifties by Paul Pease and Bill McDonough. The spread of Tom Swifties was abetted by an article in the edition of Time magazine, which also announced a contest for its readers to submit their own Tom Swifties. Included was a special category, "Time Swifties," which were to.
tom swift in the land of wonders. or. the underground search for the idol of gold. by. victor appleton. author of "tom swift and his motorcycle," "tom swift and his big tunnel," "the moving picture boys series," "the motion picture chums series," etc. the tom swift series4/5. Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle, published in New York in under the pen name Victor Appleton, is typical of the literature of its time: an imperialist adventure tale .
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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.
41 rows All books in the various Tom Swift book series. All books are credited to the pseudonym. The book is a historical review of Edward Stratemeyer and the book syndicate he created.
The Stratemeyer syndicate created Nancy Drew, the Hardy Boys, and other popular children serial books. However this book focuses on Tom Swift & Company book Swift and other boys mechanical adventure or science fiction adventure type of books produced by Stratemeyer/5.
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. The Complete Tom Swift Sr. Home Page.
Last Updated: 6/26/ 7 From a Tom Swift dustjacket: "It is the purpose of these spirited tales to convey in a realistic way the wonderful advances in land and sea locomotion and to interest the boy of the present in the hope that he may be a factor in aiding the marvelous development that is coming in the future.".
One of the books written in the original Tom Swift series is titled as ‘Tom Swift and His Electric Runabout’. The book is also known by the name The Speediest Car on the Road. The starting scene of this book shows tom Swift entering into an upcoming car race with a.
The 33 volume Tom Swift Jr. series, again a product of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, was published by Grosset & Dunlap from to with a Tom Swift Jr. Activity Book published in by the Elephant Books division of Grosset & Dunlap. Tom Swift Jr. is the son of Tom Sr. & Mary Nestor Swift.
Tom Swift and Company Hardcover – June 1, by John T. Dizer (Author) › Visit Amazon's John T. Dizer Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author.
Are you an author. Learn about Author Central 5/5(1). 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 Tom Swift character has appeared in several series, including one Tom Swift, Jr. series by “Victor Appleton II.” His first appearance was Tom Swift and His Motor Cycle, published in The most recent Tom Swift book to be published was in Tom Swift (in the 2nd series Tom Swift, Jr.) is the central character in five series of books of American juvenile science fiction and adventure novels that emphasize science, invention and technology.
First appearing in the series total more than volumes. The character was created by Edward Stratemeyer, the founder of the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book-packaging firm.
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. Tom Swift and the Cosmic Astronauts (Tom Swift Jr.
Adventures, 16) by Victor Appleton II, Graham Kaye (January 1, ) More Buying Choices - Hardcover 2 New from $Authors: Victor Appleton, Thomas Hudson, T. Edward Fox, Appleton II, Victor, Victor [pseud.] Appleton. 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.
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. The Tom Swift books appeared in several series’ over the years. The first series, published from toincluded 40 volumes. The second series, Tom. Tom Swift and his Diving Seacopter by Victor Appleton Book in the Series of the New Tom Swift Jr. Vintage Book ReadingVintage 5 out of 5 stars (77) $ Free shipping Favorite.
Back to the Future: The Tom Swift Jr. Collection Book Collecting Guide. 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.
Tom Swift Among the Diamond Makers or The Secret of Phantom Mountain PG text. Tom Swift in the Caves of Ice or The Wreck of the Airship page scans PG text. Tom Swift and His Sky Racer or The Quickest Flight on Record PG text.
Tom Swift and His Electric Rifle or Daring Adventures in Elephant Land page scans PG text. Tom Swift in. 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. Tom Swift. likes 1 talking about this. The Tom Swift adventure/sci-fi series by Victor Appleton.
Tom Swift Sr, Jr, III, IV, Young Inventor, VI Followers: TOM SWIFT AND HIS BIG TUNNEL. Chapter I. An Appeal for Aid. Tom Swift, seated in his laboratory engaged in trying to solve a puzzling question that had arisen over one of his inventions, was startled by a loud knock on the door.
So emphatic, in fact, was the summons that the door trembled, and Tom started to his feet in some alarm 5/5.Tom Swift and His Airship. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS More information about this seller | Contact this seller Tom Swift and His Photo Telephone or the Picture That Saved a Fortune (Dodo Press) (Paperback or Softback) Appleton, Victor, II.
Published by Dodo Press 7/1/ () ISBN X.