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THE SCARECROW OF OZ by L. Frank Baum: Published in 1915, "The Scarecrow of Oz" is the eighth in L. Frank Baum's series set in the magical Land of Oz. In some ways it is the strangest. Very simply, the novel sets out to answer the question, "How did a talking scarecrow wind up hanging in the farmer's cornfield where Dorothy and Toto first encountered him?" And the answer — a haunting tale of reincarnation, a subterranean civilization, and true love lost — is not easily forgotten.

The Scarecrow of Oz (Books of Wonder Series)Author: L. Series - Books of Wonder Series.

wizard of oz art images | ... for Humanity and Warner Bros. for a Wizard of Oz Anniversary show

ArtInsights partners with Habitat for Humanity and Warner Bros. for a Wizard of Oz Anniversary show - Artinsights Film Art Gallery

Located in Oz Park, Dorothy and Toto, the Cowardly Lion, the Scarecrow and the Tin Man all have their places along with a yellow brick path in Lincoln Park, Ill.?

Dorothy of the Wizard of Oz Sculpture -Located in Oz Park, Dorothy and Toto, the Cowardly Lion, the Scarecrow and the Tin Man all have their places along with a yellow brick path in Lincoln Park, Ill.

Wizard of Oz by Tami Gonzales by Dork-Chocolate, via Flickr

Austin, TX Division: Culinary Student Style: Special Occasion or Novelty Tiered Cakes Wizard of Oz by Tami Gonzales (I really liked this one and wished it had placed.

Rinkitink in Oz (Oz Series #10)

Rinkitink in Oz (Oz Series

First edition of Little Wizard Stories Of Oz by L. Frank Baum, 1913.

First edition of Little Wizard Stories Of Oz by L. Frank Baum, 1913.

Today, where once there was a reread of the Oz books by Mari Ness there is instead silence. To celebrate Mari’s completion of the reread of the “famous forty” series of Oz books, we’re grouping the…

The Wizard of Oz series is fabulous--and fun for both boys and girls of all ages. Here's a list of the first 40 books.

Book 21—How Not to Use a Magic Belt: The Gnome King of Oz | Canon & By Ruth Plumly Thompson & illustrator John R. Neill | Reread All 40 Books in the Oz Series | Tor.com

Today, where once there was a reread of the Oz books by Mari Ness there is instead silence. To celebrate Mari’s completion of the reread of the “famous forty” series of Oz books, we’re grouping the…

Book 31—Looking different in Fairyland: Handy Mandy in Oz | Canon & By Ruth Plumly Thompson & illustrator John R. Neill | Reread All 40 Books in the Oz Series | Tor.com

Handy Mandy in Oz: Ruth Plumly Thompson, John R. I read all 45 Oz books,but this was my favorite!

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