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The Wizard Of Oz

The Wizard Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

When Nancy searches through the knapsack of an amnesia victim, she finds an unusual ring. Before long, she is caught up in a second assignment from a beautiful harpist. Nancy's discoveries reveal an important connection between the hospital patient, the harpist, and enemies from abroad.
Ozma Of Oz

Ozma Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

Ozma of Oz, published on July 29, 1907, was the third book of L. Frank Baum's Oz series. It was the first in which Baum was clearly intending a series of Oz books.
Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz

Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz

by L Frank Baum

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz is the fourth book set in the Land of Oz written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by John R. Neill. It was published on June 18, 1908 and reunites Dorothy with the humbug Wizard from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. This is one of only two of the original forty Oz books (the other being The Emerald City of Oz) to be illustrated with watercolor paintings. Baum, having resigned himself to writing a series of Oz books, set up elements of this book in the prior Ozma of Oz.
The Road To Oz

The Road To Oz

by L Frank Baum

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... Read more
The Tin Woodman Of Oz

The Tin Woodman Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

From the book:The Tin Woodman sat on his glittering tin throne in the handsome tin hall of his splendid tin castle in the Winkie Country of the Land of Oz. Beside him, in a chair of woven straw, sat his best friend, the Scarecrow of Oz. At times they spoke to one another of curious things they had seen and strange adventures they had known since first they two had met and become comrades. But at times they were silent, for these things had been talked over many times between them, and they found... Read more
The Emerald City Of Oz

The Emerald City Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

From the book:Perhaps I should admit on the title page that this book is "By L. Frank Baum and his correspondents," for I have used many suggestions conveyed to me in letters from children. Once on a time I really imagined myself "an author of fairy tales," but now I am merely an editor or private secretary for a host of youngsters whose ideas I am requestsed to weave into the thread of my stories. These ideas are often clever. They are also logical and interesting. So I have used them whenever I could... Read more
The Lost Princess Of Oz

The Lost Princess Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

From the book:There could be no doubt of the fact: Princess Ozma, the lovely girl ruler of the Fairyland of Oz, was lost. She had completely disappeared.Not one of her subjects - not even her closest friends - knew what had become of her. It was Dorothy who first discovered it. Dorothy was a little Kansas girl who had come to the Land of Oz to live and had been given a delightful suite of rooms in Ozma's royal palace just because Ozma loved Dorothy and wanted her to live as near her as possible so the... Read more
Glinda Of Oz

Glinda Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

Glinda of Oz is the fourteenth Land of Oz book written by children's author L. Frank Baum, published on July 10, 1920. Like most of the Oz books, the plot features a journey through some of the remoter regions of Oz; though in this case the pattern is doubled: Dorothy and Ozma travel to stop a war between the Flatheads and Skeezers; then Glinda and a cohort of Dorothy's friends set out to rescue them. The book was dedicated to Baum's second son Robert Stanton Baum.
Rinkitink In Oz

Rinkitink In Oz

by L Frank Baum

Rinkitink in Oz is the tenth book in the Land of Oz series written by L. Frank Baum. Published on June 20, 1916, with full-color and black-and-white illustrations by artist John R. Neill, it is significant that no one from Oz appears in the book until its climax; this is due to Baum having originally written most of the book as an original fantasy novel over ten years earlier, in 1905.
The Magic Of Oz

The Magic Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

Curiously enough, in the events which have taken place in the last few years in our great outside world, we may find incidents so marvelous and inspiring that I cannot hope to equal them with stories of The Land of Oz.
He Shall Thunder In the Sky

He Shall Thunder In the Sky

by Elizabeth Peters

He Shall Thunder in the Sky (2000) (also published as Thunder in the Sky) is the 12th in a series of mystery novels by Elizabeth Peters, featuring fictional archaeologist and sleuth Amelia Peabody. The action takes place in 1914, as Ramses Emerson works undercover to gather intelligence for the British military, Nefret returns from studying medicine in Switzerland, and Percy Peabody returns to wreak revenge on the Emerson family for past events.
So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

So Long, and Thanks For All the Fish

by Douglas Adams

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish is the fourth book of the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy series written by Douglas Adams. Its title is the message left by the dolphins when they departed Planet Earth just before it was demolished to make way for a hyperspatial express route, as described in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
Constance

Constance

by Patricia Clapp

Carnelian Throne

Carnelian Throne

by Janet E Morris

The Patchwork Girl Of Oz

The Patchwork Girl Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

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The Scarecrow Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

From the book:Seems to me, said Cap'n Bill, as he sat beside Trot under the big acacia tree, looking out over the blue ocean, "seems to me, Trot, as how the more we know, the more we find we don't know." "I can't quite make that out, Cap'n Bill," answered the little girl in a serious voice, after a moment's thought, during which her eyes followed those of the old sailor-man across the glassy surface of the sea. "Seems to me that all we learn is jus' so much gained."
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The Land Of Oz

by L Frank Baum

Book 2 of L. Frank Baum's immortal OZ series. Originally published 1904 by Reilly & Britton in Chicago, the title of the popular children’s novel by L. Frank Baum, The Marvelous Land of Oz, was shortened to The Land of Oz within the year. In The Land of Oz, an orphan boy named Tip lives under the guardianship of a wicked witch named Mombi. He intends to scare her with a pumpkin-headed wooden man he made when she returns home, but alas, she is not frightened and instead brings the wooden man... Read more
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by L Frank Baum

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The Marvelous Land Of Oz

The Marvelous Land Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank

Book 2 of L. Frank Baum's immortal OZ series. Originally published 1904 by Reilly & Britton in Chicago, the title of the popular children’s novel by L. Frank Baum, The Marvelous Land of Oz, was shortened to The Land of Oz within the year. In The Land of Oz, an orphan boy named Tip lives under the guardianship of a wicked witch named Mombi. He intends to scare her with a pumpkin-headed wooden man he made when she returns home, but alas, she is not frightened and instead brings the wooden man... Read more
The Tin Woodman Of Oz

The Tin Woodman Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank

From the book:The Tin Woodman sat on his glittering tin throne in the handsome tin hall of his splendid tin castle in the Winkie Country of the Land of Oz. Beside him, in a chair of woven straw, sat his best friend, the Scarecrow of Oz. At times they spoke to one another of curious things they had seen and strange adventures they had known since first they two had met and become comrades. But at times they were silent, for these things had been talked over many times between them, and they found... Read more
The Emerald City Of Oz

The Emerald City Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank

From the book:Perhaps I should admit on the title page that this book is "By L. Frank Baum and his correspondents," for I have used many suggestions conveyed to me in letters from children. Once on a time I really imagined myself "an author of fairy tales," but now I am merely an editor or private secretary for a host of youngsters whose ideas I am requestsed to weave into the thread of my stories. These ideas are often clever. They are also logical and interesting. So I have used them whenever I could... Read more
Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz

Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz

by Baum, L Frank

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz is the fourth book set in the Land of Oz written by L. Frank Baum and illustrated by John R. Neill. It was published on June 18, 1908 and reunites Dorothy with the humbug Wizard from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. This is one of only two of the original forty Oz books (the other being The Emerald City of Oz) to be illustrated with watercolor paintings. Baum, having resigned himself to writing a series of Oz books, set up elements of this book in the prior Ozma of Oz.
Ozma Of Oz

Ozma Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank

Ozma of Oz, published on July 29, 1907, was the third book of L. Frank Baum's Oz series. It was the first in which Baum was clearly intending a series of Oz books.
The Patchwork Girl Of Oz

The Patchwork Girl Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank

The Ice King Of Oz

The Ice King Of Oz

by Shanower, Eric

The Silver Princess In Oz

The Silver Princess In Oz

by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

The Enchanted Apples Of Oz

The Enchanted Apples Of Oz

by Shanower, Eric

Speedy In Oz

Speedy In Oz

by Thompson, Ruth Plumly

The New Wizard Of Oz

The New Wizard Of Oz

by Baum, L Frank