Series: Tom Swift Jr. Adventures [series 2, 1954-1971]

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Tom Swift and His Flying Lab by Victor Appleton II#1 - 1954
Tom Swift and His Jetmarine by Victor Appleton II#2 - 1954
Tom Swift and His Rocket Ship by Victor Appleton, II#3 - 1954
Tom Swift and His Giant Robot by Victor Appleton II#4 - 1954
Tom Swift and His Atomic Earth Blaster by Victor Appleton II#5 - 1954
Tom Swift and His Outpost in Space by Victor Appleton#6 - 1955
Tom Swift and His Diving Seacopter by Victor Appleton II#7 - 1956
Tom Swift in the Caves of Nuclear Fire by Victor Appleton, II#8 - 1956
Tom Swift on the Phantom Satellite by Victor Appleton II#9 - 1956
Tom Swift and His Ultrasonic Cycloplane by Victor Appleton II#10 - 1957
Tom Swift and His Deep-Sea Hydrodome by Victor Appleton II#11 - 1958
Tom Swift in the Race to the Moon by Victor Appleton II#12 - 1958
Tom Swift and His Space Solartron by Victor Appleton II#13 - 1958
Tom Swift and His Electronic Retroscope by Victor Appleton II#14 - 1959
Tom Swift and His Spectromarine Selector by Victor Appleton II#15 - 1960
Tom Swift and the Cosmic Astronauts by Victor Appleton II#16 - 1960
Tom Swift and the Visitor from Planet X by Victor Appleton II#17 - 1961
Tom Swift and the Electronic Hydrolung by Victor Appleton II#18 - 1961
Tom Swift and His Triphibian Atomicar by Victor Appleton II#19 - 1962
Tom Swift and His Megascope Space Prober by Victor Appleton II#20 - 1962
Tom Swift and the Asteroid Pirates by Victor Appleton II#21 - 1963
Tom Swift and His Repelatron Skyway by Victor Appleton II#22 - 1963
Tom Swift and His Aquatomic Tracker by Victor Appleton II#23 - 1964
Tom Swift and His 3-D Telejector by Victor Appleton II#24 - 1964
Tom Swift and His Polar-Ray Dynasphere by Victor Appleton#25 - 1965
Tom Swift and His Sonic Boom Trap by Victor Appleton II#26 - 1965
Tom Swift and His Subocean Geotron by Victor Appleton II#27 - 1966
Tom Swift and the Mystery Comet by Victor Appleton II#28 - 1966
Tom Swift and the Captive Planetoid by Victor Appleton, II#29 - 1967
Tom Swift and His G-Force Inverter by Victor Appleton II#30 - 1968
Tom Swift and His Dyna-4 Capsule by Victor Appleton II#31 - 1969
Tom Swift and His Cosmotron Express by Victor Appleton#32 - 1970
Tom Swift and The Galaxy Ghosts by Victor Appleton II#33 - 1971

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Series description

The New Tom Swift Jr. Adventures series is the 2nd of the 5 official Tom Swift series.

Tom Swift, Sr. (the hero of the first series) is the father of our new teen hero whose adventures are more space-age than his father's airship adventures.

(You may want to also look for the Tom Swift 3 Wanderer series, the Tom Swift IV and Tom Swift Young Inventor series. There are also several unofficial fan series including Tom Swift Lives!).

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