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Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (Books of Wonder) Hardcover – August 17, 1990
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And if you've read all the Oz books and are looking for other titles that are just as magical and just as inspired, try the Chronicles of Narnia, King Fortis the Brave or Abarat. All will introduce you to other magical worlds that are every bit as fun to visit as Oz.
Fresh off the trip from Australia, the high-spirited heroine is on her way to join Uncle Henry at a California ranch before heading back home to Kansas. With her kitten Eureka (yes, as in "I found it!") in tow, the girl is picked up by her second cousin and new friend Zeb and his old cab horse Jim when a violent earthquake opens up the ground and swallows them all. After a lengthy tumble and the realization that both Jim and Eureka can now speak, the travelers find themselves in the strange land of the Mangaboos, cruel vegatable people who blame them for the Rain of Stones and sentence them all to death.
Just then the humbug Wizard himself appears in a hot air balloon much like the one that blew him out of Oz so long ago. With his help, the others are able to escape these uncaring creatures and embark on an adventurous, many times dangeorus, journey back to the earth's surface. They travel through the Valley of Voe (a beautiful country where the people are invisible as well as the gruesome bears that eat them) and battle monstrous-looking Gargoyles (or Gurgles as Dorothy calls them), and climb the Pyramid Mountain before reaching the land of Oz.
Mr. Baum crafted another winner to the series with this one.Read more ›
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This book is EXCELLENT quality. The full-color illustrations are gorgeous. This is an must-have addition to any book collection.Published 2 months ago by Whitney Vaught
When an earthquake drops Dorothy and Zeb into a giant crack in the earth, they find themselves dropped into the magical Land of the Mangaboos. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Reviewer Formerly Known as Kurt Johnson
Very enjoyable. The story line picks-up perfectly. I read this as part of the Wizard of Oz series for bedtime storie and my girls (under 10) loved the adventure.Published 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
L. Frank Baum fourth installment in the Oz series is ‘Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz’. This book takes us on another adventure with Dorothy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Sharanya K C