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The Road to Oz by  L. Frank Baum - Hardcover - from The Little Book Store and Biblio.com

The Road to Oz

by Baum, L. Frank

Condition: Very Good/Good


Chicago: The Reilly & Lee Co.. Cloth. Very Good/Good. John R. Neill. 1959, in the dustjacket designed by Roycraft (ref. Hanff & Greene, p. 138]. Contains the original black and white wood-cut illustrations by John Neill. Originally published in 1909, this is the fifth in the Oz series of books. Beige cloth boards with an illustration of Toto and Reilly & Lee in semi script on the spine. Black & white illustrated end papers. 261 pp. Very clean boards and contents - almost fine. Small chips to top / bottom of dust jacket spine and flap folds (now re-inforced with archival tape) and slightly grubby dj. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

The fourth installment of the Oz adventures. When the Shaggy Man asks Dorothy the way to Butterfield, Kansas, she's glad to help him. But she soon finds that not only are they lost--they are in the land of OZ. Together they travel to the Emerald City, wher the Princess Ozma has the power to send them home once again.Book 5 of L. Frank Baum's immortal OZ series, in whcih Dorothy and the Shaggy Man inexplicably find themselves in Oz, where they meet Polychrome, the abandoned daughter of the Rainbow, and a host of others on their way to Ozma's lavish birthday party.




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