Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz
Publish date: May 12th 2006
Pages no: 148
Edition language: English
, Young Adult
, Fairy Tales
Series: Oz (#4)
Had to delete the blog review because it kept showing a larger picture of the book. Being the perfectionist I am sometimes, I just deleted it because it was getting on my nerves and I couldn't figure out what was going on. lol I did enjoy the book, as I always do with the Oz books. Glad to be grad...
I listened to the Librivox audio edition, read by Phil Chenevert. Violent vegetable people, a talking horse, invisible bears, dragonettes and a talking kitten named Eureka. Just a few of the wonderfully strange things this book has to offer. I didn't like it as much as the previous book in the serie...
Please note that this book will spoil events from books one through three. So if you haven't read those books, skip over this review. My general feeling once I finished this book was eh. I feel bad for saying this, but the charm of the first two Oz books has worn off of me. I had issues with book t...
I love the Books of Wonder editions. I have a first edition of this one, 1990.
And here we have the evidence that L. Frank Baum finally let the little bastards get to him. He would give them exactly what they wanted. What a shame they didn't notice he was mocking them. I can just see him counting his money through the tears.Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz finds Dorothy falling th...
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