Even though I worship this series, I feel like this book is a look back at my childhood. It makes me rekindle with characters who I can relate and fall in love with and makes me realize how we must treasure the innocence of a child and thanks to The Wizard of Oz, we can keep that intact, and offer life lessons of bravery, loyalty, and friendship through Dorothy, Tin Woodman, Lion, and the Scarecrow. May 28, Kerry Ramsey rated it really liked it. Written by Roger S.
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This story takes place after Dorothy and Toto return home to Kansas after their adventures at Oz. It all begins when Dorothy sees a rainbow. It is so beautiful that she and her dog, Toto, cannot help but run to it. With the help of h Written by Roger S. With the help of her magic shoes, Dorothy and Toto return to Oz where they must find her friends.
They make many stops along the way, each time getting help and directions to their next destination. When Dorothy realizes that an evil jester has trapped her friends, she must come up with a plan to help them. In order to do this, she must journey to find Glinda with her four friends. They encounter a maze, dragons and evil spirits before they make it to the familiar yellow brick road. This story is perfect for children who love adventure, especially lovers of The Wizard of Oz.
It is a great, easy read that many age levels can enjoy. Feb 13, Jodie rated it liked it. My son's obsession with all things Oz continues and since this one has a cool picture on the front and the library couldn't find L.
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Tied in well with the original series by using multiple characters. Oct 12, Meg McGregor rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is written by L. Frank Baum's great-great-grandson and it was filled with love and reverence towards his ancestor's legacy. I thoroughly enjoyed how Dorothy was able to defeat the Jester through use of her loving nature and Kansas common sense!
Why four stars instead of five? I didn't want it to end! May 26, Sharon rated it really liked it. Clearly the grandson of Mr. Baum understood his grandfathers vision. Playful, witty, cute and some wonderful new characters are introduced. Thank you Roger, he would be proud.
The illustrations are marvelous, and capture the feel of the book very well. Elizabeth Miles beautifully done.
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Sep 13, Stormy rated it liked it. This is one of the few Oz books that match closely L. Frank Baum's original series in tone and humor. It was written by Roger Baum, a great-grandson. Jul 01, Justin rated it liked it Shelves: Aug 10, Sally rated it really liked it.
Sep 12, Cj Nelson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is one of my favorite children's books and I'm glad Roger Baum continued writing. Nov 08, Megan added it Shelves: Written in a style very similiar to the original books, it is a creative story with a good mixture of original and new characters. Tori rated it it was amazing Nov 25, Marissa Baumgartner rated it it was amazing Mar 25, Cesar Celaya rated it liked it Jul 04, Meri rated it liked it Mar 12, Erin rated it it was amazing Aug 01, Gayle Chamberlain rated it it was amazing May 23, Sarah rated it really liked it Oct 08, Curt rated it did not like it Jul 18, Megan Robertson rated it it was amazing Sep 28, Lorelei Rios rated it it was amazing Dec 25, PJ rated it liked it Mar 19, ZooeyGlassZorba rated it liked it Nov 25, Bee Scarlett rated it really liked it Jul 19, Heather rated it really liked it Sep 30, Devin Ross rated it it was amazing Mar 26, Angie rated it liked it Nov 21, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
With the advent of self-publishing, additional titles have come forth written by children and published by their parents. This section is arranged alphabetically by publisher, and then alphabetically by author. Most of these books can be read as standalone stories. Illustrated by Elizabeth Miles. The Rewolf of Oz Roger S. Illustrated by Charlotte Harte. Illustrated by John R. Illustrated by Chris Dulabone and Marin E.
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Lion of Oz and the Badge of Courage by Roger S. Baum
Baum Illustrated by Lisa Mertins. The Silly Ozbul of Oz and Toto. Lion of Oz and the Badge of Courage. Baum Illustrated by Sean Coons. The Green Star of Oz: A Special Oz Story. Baum Illustrated by Victoria Seitzinger.
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The Overmountain Press Toto in Candy Land of Oz. Baum Illustrated by Ronit Berkovitz. Toto of Oz and the Surprise Party. An Oz Christmas Tale. Baum Illustrated by Chad Thomas. Toto Too, Inc Picture Book Windows The Hunt for the Perfect Present. Acinad Goes to the Emerald City of Oz. Buckethead Enterprises of Oz Marin Elizabeth Xiques Illustrated by S. Bouncy Bunnies in Oz. Chris Dulabone Illustrated by J. Brewster Bunny in Oz. Chris Dulabone Illustrated by Marcus Mebes.
The Bunny King of Oz. Chris Dulabone Illustrated by John R. Neill with Chris Sterling. Written in ; Xlibris The Cloud King of Oz. Colorful Corniness in Oz. Dark Ages in Oz. Joel Illustrated by Chris Dulabone. Chris Dulabone Illustrated by Chris Dulabone. Written in ; Buckethead Enterprises of Oz The Fantastic Funhouse of Oz.