Tom Swift and his Diving Seacopter by Victor Appleton 1956 Book in the Series of the New Tom Swift Jr. Vintage BookVintage Book


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In his unique invention, the ocean arrow, an "underwater helicopter," Tom Swift Jr. embarks on a precarious search for a lost rocket from space. 

The rocket, containing evidence of living things on another planet, was directed to Swift Enterprises for scientific study. But its course was mysteriously changed while the rocket hurtled toward Earth, and its landing site is unknown.

This book is in amazingly great shape for its age, with no rips, writing, or tears. This adventure book has its original cover with a few rips.

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Book Dimensions: 8x6x2

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