• Asterix and Obelix Book Set (36 books)

    Written by Rene Goscinny and illustrated by Albert Uderzo (published by Orion Publishing, UK (Hachette)), this is a classic hilarious series of comics or graphic novels, where Asterix and Obelix get drawn in constant adventures.

    The following titles are included in the set:

    Asterix the Gaul (1961)

    Asterix and the Golden Sickle (1962)

    Asterix and the Goths (1963)

    Asterix and the Banquet (1965)

    Asterix and Cleopatra (1965)

    Asterix in Britain (1966)

    Asterix and the Normans (1966)

    Asterix the Legionary (1967)

    Asterix and the Chieftain’s Shield (1968)

    Asterix at the Olympic Games (1968)

    Asterix and the Cauldron (1969)

    Asterix in Spain (1969)

    Asterix and the Roman Agent (1970)

    Asterix in Switzerland (1970)

    The Mansions of the Gods (1971)

    Asterix and the Laurel Wreath (1972)

    Asterix and the Soothsayer (1972)

    Asterix in Corsica (1973)

    Asterix and Caesar’s Gift (1974)

    Asterix and the Great Crossing (1975)

    Asterix in Belgium (1979)

    Asterix and the Great Divide (1980)

    Asterix and the Black Gold (1981)

    Asterix and Son (1983)

    Asterix and the Magic Carpet (1987)

    Asterix and the Secret Weapon (1991)

    Asterix and Obelix All at Sea (1996)

    Asterix and the Actress (2001)

    Asterix and the Class Act (2003)

    Asterix and the Falling Sky (2005)

    Asterix and Obelix’s Birthday: The Golden Book (2009)

    Asterix and the Picts (2013)

    …and more!

     

    1,728.001,800.00
  • Adventures of Tintin Book Set (23 books)

    The Adventures of Tintin (French: Les Aventures de Tintin) is a series of 24 comic albums created by Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé. The series was one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. By 2007, a century after Hergé’s birth in 1907, Tintin had been published in more than 70 languages with sales of more than 200 million copies, and had been adapted for radio, television, theatre, and film.

    The following titles are included in the book set on Booknook:

    1. Tintin in America (1931–1932)
    2. Cigars of the Pharaoh (1932–1934)
    3. The Blue Lotus (1934–1935)
    4. The Broken Ear (1935–1937)
    5. The Black Island (1937–1938)
    6. King Ottokar’s Sceptre (1938–1939)
    7. The Crab with the Golden Claws (1940–1941)
    8. The Shooting Star (1941–1942)
    9. The Secret of the Unicorn (1942–1943)
    10. Red Rackham’s Treasure (1943)
    11. Prisoners of the Sun (1946–1948)
    12. Land of Black Gold (1948–1950)
    13. Destination Moon (1950–1953)
    14. The Calculus Affair (1954–1956)
    15. Tintin in Tibet (1958–1959)
    16. The Castafiore Emerald (1961–1962)
    17. Tintin and the Picaros (1975–1976)
    18. Introducing Mr Pump’s Legacy (Jo, Zette & Jocko) – by the creator of Tintin
    1,092.501,150.00
  • Adventures of Tintin Book Set (14 books)

    The Adventures of Tintin (French: Les Aventures de Tintin) is a series of 24 comic albums created by Belgian cartoonist Georges Remi, who wrote under the pen name Hergé. The series was one of the most popular European comics of the 20th century. By 2007, a century after Hergé’s birth in 1907, Tintin had been published in more than 70 languages with sales of more than 200 million copies, and had been adapted for radio, television, theatre, and film.

    The following titles are included in the book set on Booknook:

    1. The Blue Lotus (1934–1935)
    2. The Broken Ear (1935–1937)
    3. King Ottokar’s Sceptre (1938–1939)
    4. The Shooting Star (1941–1942)
    5. The Secret of the Unicorn (1942–1943)
    6. Red Rackham’s Treasure (1943)
    7. Prisoners of the Sun (1946–1948)
    8. Land of Black Gold (1948–1950)
    9. Explorers on the Moon (1952 – 1953)
    10. The Calculus Affair (1954–1956)
    11. The Red Sea Sharks (1956–1958)
    12. Tintin in Tibet (1958–1959)
    13. The Castafiore Emerald (1961–1962)
    14. Tintin and the Picaros (1975–1976)
  • Tintin in Tibet (Tintin #20)

    One day Tintin reads about a plane crash in the Himalayas. When he discovers thathis friend, Chang, was on board, Tintin travels to the crash site in hopes of a rescue.
  • The Calculus Affair (Tintin #18)

    Tintin and Captain Haddock peek in Professor Calculus’ laboratory to find a sonic device and a very mysterious-and violent!-stranger. Realizing that Calculus’ life is in danger, Tintin and the Captain rush to warn him before it’s too late.
  • King Ottokar’s Sceptre (Tintin #8)

    Tintin meets Professor Alembick, an expert with a very rare royal seal in his collection-the seal of King Ottokar the IV of Syldavia. Tintin joins the professor on his trip to this foreign land, but can the Professor be trusted?
  • The Blue Lotus (Tintin #5)

     A sequel to Cigars of the Pharaoh, Tintin follows a mysterious lead to China on the trail of a smuggling ring. Will Tintin find the criminal mastermind?
  • Tintin and Alph-Art (Tintin #24)

    The classic graphic novel. The unfinished final adventure of Tintin featuring Herge’s black-and-white sketches. Opera singer Bianca Castafiore has a guru: Endaddine Akass is handing his advice out to everyone, but Tintin doesn’t buy it-especially when he realizes that Akass might be connected to the death of the owner of an art gallery, who had been on his way to see Tintin when he died.
  • Aníké Elèko

    Age Range: 7 – 12 years

    Aníké has to hawk èko every morning but that does not stop her from going to school. She loves school and wants to be a doctor.

    However, her mother has decided her fate: once she finishes primary school, she will join her Aunt Remí in the city as a tailor.

    When a mystery guest visits Àníké’s school, she has the chance to win a scholarship that will change her fate. Will the help of her friends Oge, Ìlérí and Àríyo the cobbler be enough?

    Written by Sandra Joubead and illustrated by Àlàbá Ònájìn, ÀNÍKÉ ELÉKO tells a colourful story
    of one girl’s courage in the face of opposition to her dreams.

     

    Aníké Elèko

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  • Flight 714 to Sydney (Tintin #22)

    The world’s most famous travelling reporter goes Down Under. Tintin, Captain Haddock and Professor Calculus are on their way to Sydney, Australia. Through a chance meeting they are invited to travel on board the private jet of billionaire Lazlo Carreidas. But then they fall victim to a plot to kidnap Carreidas and are captured by Tintin’s arch enemy Rastapopoulos.
  • Obelix and Co. (Astérix #23)

    Julius Caesar sends Caius Preposterus, a bright young graduate of the Latin school of Economics, to corrupt the indomitable Gauls by introducing them to big business. Obelix’s menhir trade is soon thriving, backed by a heavy advertising campaign – but does wealth bring happiness? And what will happen when the bottom falls out of the menhir market?

  • Asterix the Gladiator (Astérix #4)

    Oh no! The Romans have captured Cacofonix the bard as a gift for Caesar—and the highly unimpressed Emperor plans to throw him to the lions. By the time the other Gauls notice how quiet and peaceful the village is, Cacofonix is on his way to Rome. But Asterix and Obelix are hot on his heels and there’s only one way for them to rescue their bard: they have to become gladiators themselves.

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