The Adventures of TINTIN 23 Books Collection by Herge - Ages 9-14 - Paperback
Take home this fantastic set of 23 Tintin adventures by Herge, all together in a beautiful box set. This set contains all the adventures of Tintin for the first time in one box set. Join Tintin and Snowy as they travel around the world and to the moon in this beautiful collection. This box set is perfect for Tintin lovers aged 9+.
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From page to screen, the best always comes in the books first. The Adventures of Tintin provides non-stop entertainment in this epic 23 book set. Aimed at readers aged 9-14, this collection of fiction titles is a stunning addition to every child’s bookshelf. They’ll be transported around the world through the eyes of an investigative reporter, all from the comfort of their own home. Encased in a beautifully designed yellow box, this set was published to celebrate 90 years of Tintin, back in 2019, making it a wonderful gift to give or receive.
When it comes to kids’ books, building up their collection with classics like The Adventures of Tintin really doesn’t need a second thought. Young readers will appreciate the maturity and honesty of the storylines told, while each one is met with stunning comic-style illustrations that help to bring each book to life. Readers will follow Tintin, a young reporter who soon finds himself caught up in a series of action-packed adventures. These books cover a broad range of topics from gangs in America, flying to Tibet and man landing on the moon. But not all is as it seems. Danger tends to follow Tintin and his faithful dog Snowy, as it soon transpires that it’s up to the lovable duo to perform one heroic action after another to save the day.
The Adventures of Tintin is a must-have for every eager bookworm that seeks adventure and loves to solve a challenge. Young readers will play a fun yet critical role in assisting Tintin through each of these books while parents will thoroughly appreciate the nostalgia that takes them back in time. This makes it a great choice for families to read together, spending quality time bonding through books. Before you both know it, as each mission is accomplished, children will be flying through the 23 titles in this jam-packed set.
Titles in the Set :
1. Tintin and Alph-Art
2. Tintin and The Picaros
3. Flight 714 To Sydney
4. The Castafiore Emerald
5. Tintin In Tibet
6. The Red Sea Sharks
7. The Calculus Affair
8. Explorers on The Moon
9. Destination Moon
10. Land of Black Gold
11. Prisoners of The Sun
12. The Seven Crystal Balls
13. Red Rackham's Treasure
14. The Secret of The Unicorn
15. The Shooting Star
16. The Crab With The Golden Claws
17. King Ottokar's Sceptre
18. The Black Island
19. The Broken Ear
20. The Blue Lotus
21. Cigars of The Pharaoh
22. Tintin In America
23. The Adventures of Tintin In The Land of The Soviets
Tintin in the Land of the Soviets
He is on a mission to find out, and report to his young readers back home, the state of affairs in Soviet Russia.
Tintin in America
Tintin confirms his reputation as a righter of wrongs. He faces Al Capone and his gang as well as all sorts of other villains.
Cigars of the Pharaoh
Tintin finds himself entangled in a drug trafficking ring that will take him all the way to India
The Blue Lotus
The tale unfolds in China, a place as yet unknown and mysterious to Tintin. Tintin succeeds in overcoming myriad obstacles to finally triumph over his adversaries and disband their network of corruption
The Broken Ear
Rhe story of a thrilling pursuit. Tintin sets off to South America to retrieve a stolen fetish.
The Black Island
On his return from South America, Tintin embarks on an exciting British adventure, full of unexpected surprises.
King Ottokar's Sceptre
Tintin finds a brief-case on a park bench and this leads him to Prague, then to Syldavia. He will save the Kingdom from being overthrown by a fascist "coup d'état".
The Crab with the Golden Claws
Tintin sets off for North Africa. He thwarts a scheme thought-up by a gang of criminals who have hidden opium in tins of crab-meat.
The Shooting Star
Tintin and a team of European scientists sail to the Arctic Ocean where an aerolite made of an unknown metal crashed
The Secret of the Unicorn
The treasure hunt is well and truly on. But as the search continues, the plot thickens...
Red Rackham's Treasure
Tintin and the Thom(p)sons accompany Captain Haddock on a journey in the footsteps of the Captain's illustrious ancestor, Sir Francis Haddock. This story is full of twists, turns and surprises..
The Seven Crystal Balls
As Calculus has disappeared, Tintin and Captain Haddock set off in search of the Professor.
Prisoners of the Sun
Tintin, Snowy and Captain Haddock fly to Peru in search of Professor Calculus, who has involuntarily committed sacrilege, and has been condemned to suffer the ultimate punishment.
Land of Black Gold
On 9 May 1940, the invasion of Belgium during World War II brutally interrupted the publication of Land of Black Gold. Tintin's universe was still young: Captain Haddock, Professor Calculus and Marlinspike Hall did not yet exist.
A detailed account on the preparation and the launching of the expedition to the Moon for which Professor Calculus has chosen Syladavian soil.
Explorers on the Moon
Completes the prophetic scientific Tintin adventure
The Calculus Affair
A thrilling chase, surprises, old friends getting back together, headlong fights... all this for a stake in what seems to be limited to an ordinary umbrella. This is probably the most “detective-like” story.
The Red Sea Sharks
This story lifts the veil on the scandal of the modern day slave trade.
Tintin in Tibet
A story of pure friendship, without any of the usual villains: a tale of Tintin's desperate search to find his friend.
The Castafiore Emerald
Captain Haddock's mansion, Marlinspike Hall, can be considered a theatre; the characters in the story are the actors in a play.
Flight 714 to Sydney
The interrupted voyage, the hijacking which will turn everything upside down.
Tintin and the Picaros
A Latin-American tale of a coup d’état, complete with hostage-taking and guerrilla warfare. The last book was written by Hergé, and it took more than ten years to complete!
Tintin and Alph-Art
Left unfinished when he died in 1983, Hergé's last episode, Tintin and Alph-Art (published in 1986), was to describe the occult world of sects.