After 33 successful hardcover titles were published in the Tom Swift Jr. series by Grosset & Dunlap between 1954 and 1971, there were two paperback editions offered. The first group of four from 1974 were large digest-size paperbacks. New cover art was made but the original printing plates were used, complete with the Graham Kaye illustrations […]
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Tom Swift was among the Syndicate’s most successful creations. The first series was forty volumes published between 1910 and 1941 and featured a young inventor of Shopton, New York, who made airships and other gadgets and these were instrumentals in adventures around the world. The inventive genius ran in the family. Tom inherited it from his […]