The Oz Odyssey

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The Overmountain Press, Apr 1, 2006 - Juvenile Fiction - 176 pages
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Following Dorothy on a new adventure in the realm of the yellow brick road, this tale finds her lost along an abandoned trail hidden in the brush of the shadowy Oz Forest. Along the way, she ignores a warning sign and walks with Toto into the Land of Never Return, where she learns that Bekama, the leader of the Tinybits, plans to imprison them forever. Their only hope of rescue lies with the Lion, the Scarecrow, and the Tin Woodman, Dorothy's three very best friends, who must thwart the dangers of the Oz Forest and find Dorothy before she becomes forever trapped in the lost reaches of Oz. This new tale of Oz kindles the imagination while providing lessons on responsibility, courage, and friendship.
  

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Contents

The Land of never Return
1
Washed Away
17
The Sign Maker
34
The Red Brick Road Village Hotel
50
An Old Mansion
64
Dorothys Friends Find Her Trail
82
The Tunnels of Knarf
106
Splinter
127
The Three Friends Enter never Return
140
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Roger S. Baumis a bestselling children's book author and the great-grandson of L. Frank Baum, creator of the original Oz book series. He is the author ofDorothy of Oz,The Green Star of Oz, andLion of Oz and the Badge of Courage. He lives in Branson, Missouri.Victoria Seitzingeris a self-taught artist who has worked in advertising as a pictorial-billboard painter. Her illustrations appear inThe Green Star of Oz,Toto of Oz and the Surprise Party, andThe Wizard of Oz and the Magic Merry-Go-Round. She resides in Portland, Oregon.

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