Dorothy: Return to Oz

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FamilyVision Press, Aug 27, 1993 - Oz (Imaginary place) - 254 pages
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First in the New Classics for the Twenty-First Century series--updated classics for a new generation of readers. Dorothy, the granddaughter of Dorothy Gale, clicks her ruby sneakers together and is swept back to Oz, where she befriends new characters. Illustrations.

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User Review  - DarthDeverell - LibraryThing

In his introduction, Thomas L. Tedrow claims to have read all of the Oz books. I picked this book up expecting something approximating L. Frank Baum’s whimsy and wonder, or at least Ruth Plumly ... Read full review

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User Review  - freakyjesuschick - LibraryThing

Dorothy, now a grandmother, lives in the Kansas plains, taunted by the wind. Try as she might, she cannot return to her beloved land of Oz, although she knows there is trouble there. Amidst this chaos ... Read full review


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Tedrow is a best-selling author, screenwriter, and film producer.

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