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The Patchwork Girl of Oz. There’s a boy named Ojo the Unlucky who lives with his uncle in a forest. A crooked sorcerer is making a potion and a mishap petrifies Unk Nunkie. So, of course, Ojo has to go on an adventure to save him. He heads to the Emerald City. He breaks a law of Oz (picking 6 leafed clovers) and goes to jail. But, he’s sorry so Ozma sends him off on his quest and Dorothy goes too. They actually fail, but Ozma actually has a solution and everyone is happy at the end.

The Road to Oz - Baum Color plates position for 1st edition, 1st state copy (1-indicates opposite of the title page and also given page). 1909 - The Road to Oz (No color plates. The gathering printed on variously tinted stock). st edition, 1st state, 1st printing with caption on plate 129. Reilly & Britton.

. . . But then Baum had to revive the series by popular demand. Seemed to happen a lot back then. Those turn of the century readers sure loved their books.

*"THE LAND of OZ" ~ a sequel to The Wizard of Oz. Author: L. Frank Baum Popular Edition. Author of the Road to Oz, Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz, The Emerald City of Oz, Ozma of Oz, The Patchwork Girl of Oz, TIK-TOK of Oz, Etc. Etc. Popular Edition Ilustrated by John R. Neill The Reilly & Lee Co. Chicago 1939 (Copyright 1904 by L. Frank Baum, All rights reserved) Published, July 1904.

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