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Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle
     

Tom Swift and His Motor-Cycle

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by Victor Appleton
 

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First book of the original "Tom Swift Series." Tom Swift has gone through four series and through generations of the Tom Swift family. Quiet Vision has republished the first twenty five titles in the original Tom Swift series. The original Tom Swift series is referred to as Tom Swift Sr. Quiet Vision tracks Tom Swift from "His Motor Cycle" to "His Electric

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First book of the original "Tom Swift Series." Tom Swift has gone through four series and through generations of the Tom Swift family. Quiet Vision has republished the first twenty five titles in the original Tom Swift series. The original Tom Swift series is referred to as Tom Swift Sr. Quiet Vision tracks Tom Swift from "His Motor Cycle" to "His Electric Locomotive." Many characters reoccur through the series including:Mary Nestor, who Tom eventually marries, Mr. Damon who is always blessing almost everything, Eradicate Sampson, who is braver and more intelligent than assumed, and his mule Boomarang and many others.

Called an inventor, Tom Swift is more of a talented mechanic with a special love for airships and airplanes.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781421816029
Publisher:
1st World Library
Publication date:
10/28/2005
Pages:
192
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.44(d)
Age Range:
4 - 12 Years

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Tom Swift and His Motorcycle (Barnes and Noble Digital Library) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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George Horesta More than 1 year ago
Reflecting American society as it existed in early 20th Century America, Appleton's writting contains racial sterotypes and dialog that most contempory readers would find highly offensive.