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The broken ear

The broken ear

Hergé, 1907-1983, author, artist; Lonsdale-Cooper, Leslie, translator; Tett, Stuart, writer of added text; Turner, Michael R., translator

In this adventure Tintin hears of a robbery at the Museum of Ethnography. A sacred tribal object from the Arumbaya tribe has been stolen. Tintin embarks upon a journey to find out the truth behind the object's disappearance

Paperback, Book. English. Children's stories. Graphic Novels. Fiction 9+. General.
UK edition.
Published London: Egmont, 2013
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Available at Battersea Library and Northcote Library.

  • Battersea Library – One available in Stories JF

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    90300000340853 Stories JF Children's Fiction Available
    90300000340854 Stories JF Children's Fiction Overdue (was due back 5th July 2015)
  • Northcote Library – One available in Graphic Novel GRAPHIC

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    90300000340725 Graphic Novel GRAPHIC Children's Fiction Available
  • Balham Library – Earliest copy due back 11th December 2015

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    90300000340639 Graphic Novel JF Children's Fiction Overdue (was due back 11th December 2015)
    90300000493604 C GRAPH - TINTIN Children's Fiction Due back 13th February
  • Putney Library – Earliest copy due back 4th September 2013

    Barcode Shelfmark Loan type Status
    90300000341385 Graphic Novel 3 STRIPES Children's Fiction Overdue (was due back 4th September 2013)

Details

Statement of responsibility: Hergé ; translated by Leslie Lonsdale-Cooper and Michael Turner
ISBN: 1405266996, 9781405266994
Intended audience: Juvenile.
Note: Translated from the French.
Physical Description: 62, 23 pages : chiefly illustrations (black and white, and colour), map (colour) ; 23 cm.
Series: The adventures of Tintin
Subject: Hergé, 1907-1983. Broken ear Juvenile literature.; Indians of South America Comic books, strips, etc. Juvenile fiction.; South America Comic books, strips, etc. Juvenile fiction.; Tintin (Fictitious character) Comic books, strips, etc. Juvenile fiction.
Series Title: Adventures of Tintin.

Contents

  1. The real-life inspiration behind Tintin's adventures / Stuart Tett.