The Emerald City Of Oz

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Harper Collins, Feb 26, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 100 pages
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Leaving their financial troubles behind, Dorothy Gale, Uncle Henry and Aunty Em move to Oz. As they tour the magical land on their way to the Emerald City, Dorothy and her family visit never-before seen strange and wonderful parts of Oz, including a city of paper dolls, a city of jigsaw people, and a city of bunnies. Meanwhile, the wicked Nome king plots to conquer Oz and enslave its people, and prepares to invade the Emerald City just as Dorothy and her family arrive.

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and its thirteen sequels have enchanted audiences since their publication in the early twentieth century. The Emerald City of Oz is the sixth novel in the Oz series and was adapted into a Canadian animated film in 1987.

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Chapter 3How Ozma Granted Dorothys Request
Chapter 4How The Nome King Planned Revenge
Chapter 5How Dorothy Became a Princess
Chapter 6How Guph Visited the Whimsies
Chapter 7How Aunt Em Conquered the Lion
Chapter 8How the Grand Gallipoot Joined The Nomes
Chapter 9How the Wogglebug Taught Athletics
Chapter 10How the Cuttenclips Lived
Chapter 11How the General Met the First and Foremost
Chapter 12How they Matched the Fuddles
Chapter 13How the General Talked to the King

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L. Frank Baum (1856-1919) published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900 and received enormous, immediate success. Baum went on to write seventeen additional novels in the Oz series. Today, he is considered the father of the American fairy tale. His stories inspired the 1939 classic film The Wizard of Oz, one of the most widely viewed movies of all time.

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