Tintin has been a touchstone character in children's literature for years, and it's no surprise why. Starting with a comic series created by Belgian cartoonist Hergé, the enduring qualities of the original series have meant that Tintin has sold more than 200 million copies and has even spanned into other mediums including TV and film - Tintin is still as relevant today as he ever was.

If you're a fan of Tintin, looking for a gift or wanting to get your children into the wonderful world of classic literature, it can be difficult to know where to start...That's why we have put together a list of the best Tintin products on Bird Kids to get your youngster's creativity stimulated!

Tintin happy families card game 

Why not get a gift that everyone can join in on! This traditional card game has an array of famous characters from the Tintin stories

Tintin poster - l'ile noire (the black island) 
An authentic Tintin poster taken from the design featured on the French version of The Black Island story. An unmissable choice for any child's bedroom and even great for collectors and Tintin fanatics alike.
1000 piece Tintin jigsaw puzzle - shanghai street
For friend's, family and anyone else who wants to take part! This mighty jigsaw will definitely keep you busy. Once finished you'll be left with a wonderfully detailed piece of Tintin imagery to enjoy.
 

Tintin snowy/milou dog - 37cm 

Who wouldn't want to receive Snowy the dog? Perfect for any special occasion, what better way for your children to relive the Tintin adventures than with this cuddly gift?

Tintin postcard - tintin et les picaros

Distinctively designed with the French version of the original book cover. This Tintin and the Picaros postcard is a great tropical choice for anyone looking to send back a friendly greeting from their holiday, but with a Tintin twist!

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Post By Ed Mason