The Emerald City of Oz

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Hesperus Press, Jan 25, 2013 - Fiction - 200 pages
The sixth Oz book has Dorothy coming up with a very creative solution to her aunt and uncle's financial woesDorothy has decided to take Uncle Henry and Aunt Em to live in the Land of Oz, with the help of Princess Ozma. As they embark together on a tour of the land, Dorothy is unaware that the Nome King, squatting in his underground Kingdom, is plotting to seize the Land of Oz. He sets out to recruit new allies to help the Nome army and burrows his way to the center of the Emerald City. Can his diabolical army be defeated by Dorothy, Princess Ozma of Oz, and their friends? In this captivating installment in the Oz series, as well as being reacquainted with favourite characters from previous books such as the Cowardly Lion, Billina the yellow hen, and the Wooden Sawhorse, we are introduced to many weird and wonderful new ones such as the Miss Cuttenclip, the paranoid Flutterbudgets, and the living kitchen utensils of Utensia.
 

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QOONOUOlbOJNA HOW THE NOME KING BECAME ANGRY HOW UNCLE HENRY GOT INTO TROUBLE
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HOW OZMA GRANTED DOROTHYS REQUEST
HOW THE NOME KING PLANNED REVENGE
HOW DOROTHY BECAME A PRINCESS
HOW GUPH VISITED THE WHIMSIES HOW AUNT EM CONQUERED THE LION HOW THE GRAND GALLIPOOT JOINED THE NOMES H...
HOW THE CUTTENCLIPS LIVED
HOW THE GENERAL MET THE FIRST AND FOREMOST
HOW THEY MATCHED THE FUDDLES 13 HOW THE GENERAL TALKED TO THE KING
HOW BUNNYBURY WELCOMED THE STRANGERS
HOW DOROTHY LUNCHED WITH A KING 21 HOW THE KING CHANGED HIS MIND
HOW THE WIZARD FOUND DOROTHY
HOW THEY ENCOUNTERED THE FLUTTERBUDGETS
HOW THE TIN WOODMAN TOLD THE SAD NEWS
HOW THE SCARECROW DISPLAYED HIS WISDOM 26 HOW OZMA REFUSED TO FIGHT FOR HER KINGDOM
HOW THE FIERCE WARRIORS INVADED
HOW THEY DRANK AT THE FORBIDDEN FOUNTAIN

HOW THE WIZARD PRACTICED SORCERY
HOW DOROTHY HAPPENED TO GET LOST
HOW DOROTHY VISITED UTENSIA
HOW THEY CAME TO BUNBURY
HOW OZMA LOOKED INTO THE MAGIC PICTURE
HOW GLINDA WORKED A MAGIC SPELL
HOW THE STORY OF OZ CAME TO AN
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L. Frank Baum (1856– 1919) was an American author of children's books, best known for writing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He wrote 13 novel sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a host of other works, totaling 55 novels, 83 short stories, more than 200 poems, and an unknown number of scripts. Lyman Frank Baum (1856 – 1919) was an American author of children's books, best known for writing The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. He wrote thirteen novel sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a host of other works, totalling 55 novels, 83 short stories, over 200 poems and an unknown number of scripts.

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