The Patchwork Girl of Oz
The Patchwork Girl sets off with Ojo the Unlucky and the Glass Cat on a quest to assemble the magic ingredients for a potion which will bring Ojo's marbleized Uncle back to life. One of the most charming Oz books, with one of the most popular characters. Cover by Michael Herring, contains all... show more
The Patchwork Girl sets off with Ojo the Unlucky and the Glass Cat on a quest to assemble the magic ingredients for a potion which will bring Ojo's marbleized Uncle back to life. One of the most charming Oz books, with one of the most popular characters. Cover by Michael Herring, contains all the original illustrations of John R. Neill. Also contains a bonus map not in the original edition: a map of the Marvelous Land of Oz, courtesy International Wizard of Oz Club.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 12th 1985
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 348
Edition language: English
Series: Oz (#7)
(I know it should be #30. But book 30 was "In the Dark, in the Woods" and I'm not ready to write a review. I am not sure I wil) Great, as usual! I love meeting new characters (Dorothy is no longer the main character), but still getting to see a bit of the old ones, that was great.The part with t...
After 'Ozma of Oz' L. Frank Baum decided to telegraph it in. Big time. The books became a parade of nonsensical events with little of any importance happening to the characters other than walking through curious places, with no sense of wonder or danger, and when a real threat or problem emerges, su...
The Patchwork Girl of Oz is not about the Patchwork Girl of Oz, but rather is the story of a little munchkin boy and his motley assortment of followers journeying across the land of Oz in search of items that will create a magic capable of saving the boy's beloved uncle. However, one of those motley...
Baum was forced to return to the Oz series due to some financial pressures. And aren't we glad he did. The series was floundering a bit with the 4th and 5th installments, but was tightened up with the 6th and presumably final installment. This, I think, was a boon to rest of the series.The basic ...
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