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A Tolkien Book for Every Hobbit, Hero, and Beast

December 30, 2016

When J. R. R. Tolkien published The Hobbit in 1937, he had little idea how profound an influence the novel—along with The Lord of the Rings and The Simarillion—would have on generations of readers. On first encountering the world of Arda, one is likely to be enchanted by the seemingly endless variety of unique characters, landscapes, and conflicts. Fascinating heroes and beasts, majestic cities and mountains, and dramatic battles populate the pages of Tolkien’s works. Thunder Bay’s collection of Tolkien-related books offers something for every type of fan, whether they are looking to enjoy a relaxing activity or to further their knowledge about Middle-earth and the Undying Lands.

Battles of TolkienThe Battles of Tolkien

This informative volume recounts many of the greatest conflicts over thousands of years in Tolkien’s mythical world of Arda, from the earliest skirmishes of the Valarian Ages to the defining battles in the War of the Ring. Maps and full-color illustrations are accompanied by insightful commentary that discusses how the people, tactics, and weapons influenced the outcome of each battle. Avid readers will also learn how the legends of Middle-earth relate to the real-world mythology on which Tolkien based his famous literary creation. [More Information]

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A Bestiary of TolkienA Bestiary of Tolkien: A Coloring Book

On each page of this enchanting coloring book, you’ll bring the creatures of Middle-earth to life with your colored pencils and pens. From the brave Hobbits and Elves to the menacing Balrogs and Smaug the dragon, the inhabitants of Tolkien’s world are waiting to be colored in. The gorgeous line art on these pages shows intricate detail, making the finished pieces worthy of a spot on your wall. [More Information]

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An Atlas of TolkienAn Atlas of Tolkien

Maps, full-color illustrations, and vivid descriptions of the places and creatures in Middle-earth and the Undying Lands make this a useful navigational guide to Tolkien’s vast fictional universe. Readers will follow the shaping of the lands and inhabitants of Arda, from the earliest days of its creation to the aftermath of the War of the Ring. With informative text, colorful maps and illustrations, and detailed timelines, this atlas is a valuable resource for any Tolkien enthusiast. [More Information]

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A Dictionary of TolkienA Dictionary of Tolkien

The works of J. R. R. Tolkien are so rich with unique details that they required an entirely new vocabulary to bring them together. In this handsome volume, you’ll find detailed descriptions and meanings of terms used in Tolkien’s works, along with rich line art, a chronology of Tolkien’s life, and a summary of how he created his fictional world. This informative collection of terms and descriptions is a necessary addition to the shelf of anyone who is fascinated by Middle-earth and its inhabitants. [More Information]

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Tolkien's World: A Fantasy Coloring BookTolkien’s World: A Fantasy Coloring Book

In this beautiful coloring book that is suitable for Tolkien fans of all ages, famous scenes and characters from Middle-earth are ready to be colored in. From the Trees of the Valar and Gandalf the wizard to Mount Doom and Smaug the dragon, the landscapes, heroes, and villains of Tolkien’s world will bring readers hours of coloring pleasure. [More Information]

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PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE make a Tolkien novel journal!!

Also, one with C. S. Lewis…

Would sell a LOT!

… just sayin’…

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