The boy hero comes to the United States and triumphs over gangsters in Chicago of the 1930's and the pitfalls of the wild West.
In Tintin in America (1932), Tintin confirms his reputation as a righter of wrongs. He faces Al Capone and his gang as well as all sorts of other villains. Herg? shows his generous vision of the world as he offers a very well documented depiction of the sad plight of the Native Americans. Tintin's fame extends beyond the Atlantic Ocean, so, when he arrives in Chicago in the middle of Prohibition, all the gangsters in the city have gathered to make sure that he gets the most uncomfortable reception. Tintin will need to use all his determination and intelligence to survive!
Series: Adventures of Tintin (Paperback)
For Ages: 7+ years old
For Grades: 5 - 8
Number Of Pages: 62
Published: 30th November 1979
Publisher: Little, Brown & Company
Dimensions (cm): 29.8 x 22.2 x 0.6
Weight (kg): 0.23