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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. John R. Adaptations and other derivative works. Outline Category Portal. Categories : Book series introduced in Oz franchise books Lists of fantasy books Lists of American books. Hidden categories: Articles with short description. Namespaces Article Talk.

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Views Read Edit View history. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. George M. Hill Company. A little farm girl named Dorothy and her pet dog, Toto , get swept away into the Land of Oz by a Kansas cyclone. Upon her arrival, she is hailed as a sorceress, liberates a living Scarecrow , meets a man made entirely of tin , and a Cowardly Lion. But all Dorothy really wants to know is how does she get home again. The ruler of Oz, the great Wizard , who resides in an Emerald City , may be the only one powerful enough to help her.

Also reprinted by various publishers under the names The New Wizard of Oz and The Wizard of Oz with occasional minor changes in the text. It was originally written as a one-shot book. The Marvelous Land of Oz. A little boy, Tip , escapes from his evil guardian, the witch Mombi , with the help of a walking wooden figure with a jack-o'-lantern head named Jack Pumpkinhead brought to life with the magic Powder of Life Tip stole from Mombi , as well as a living Sawhorse created from the same powder.

Tip ends up on an adventure with the Scarecrow and Tin Woodman to help Scarecrow to recapture his throne from General Jinjur 's army of girls. While traveling to Australia with her Uncle Henry , Dorothy is swept overboard with a hen named Billina. They land in Ev , a country across the desert from Oz, and, together with new-found mechanical friend Tik-Tok , they must save Ev 's royal family from the evil Nome King. With Princess Ozma 's help, they finally return to Oz. Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz. On her way back from Australia , Dorothy visits her cousin, Zeb , in California.

They are soon swallowed up by an earthquake, along with Zeb's horse Jim and Dorothy's cat Eureka. The group soon meets up with the Wizard and all travel underground back to Oz. Dorothy meets the Shaggy Man , and while trying to find the road to Butterfield, they get lost on an enchanted road. As they travel they meet the rainbow's daughter, Polychrome , and a little boy, Button-Bright. They have all sorts of strange adventures on the way to Oz.

The Emerald City of Oz. While they tour through the Quadling Country , the Nome King is tunneling beneath the desert to invade Oz. This was originally intended to be the last book in the series. The Patchwork Girl of Oz. A Munchkin boy named Ojo must find a cure to free his Uncle Nunkie from a magical spell that has turned him into a statue.

With the help of Scraps, an anthropomorphic patchwork doll, Ojo journeys through Oz to save his uncle. Based in part upon the silent film, His Majesty, the Scarecrow of Oz. This was allegedly L. Frank Baum 's personal favourite Oz book. Young Prince Inga of Pingaree , aided by King Rinkitink , three powerful magical pearls, and a goat, attempts to rescue Inga's parents and their subjects from marauding warriors who have laid waste to Pingaree and enslaved its people.

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Baum originally wrote this book as a non-Oz book entitled King Rinkitink. The Lost Princess of Oz.

When Princess Ozma mysteriously disappears, four search parties are sent out, one for each of Oz's four countries. Most of the book covers Dorothy and the Wizard's efforts to find her. Meanwhile, Cayke the Cookie Chef discovers that her magic dishpan on which she bakes her famous cookies has been stolen.

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Along with the Frogman , they leave their mountain in Winkie Country to find the pan. The Tin Woodman of Oz. The Tin Woodman , whose real name is Nick Chopper, sets out to find the Munchkin Girl he had courted before he became a tin man. He and his party the Scarecrow and a new character called Woot the Wanderer have numerous adventures on this quest. They are transformed into animals by a hostile giantess, and they meet another live tin man, Captain Fyter , as well as a Frankenstein monster-like creature, Chopfyt, made from their combined fleshly parts by the tinsmith , Ku-Klip.

Meanwhile, it is also Ozma's birthday, and all of Oz's citizens are searching for the most unusual present for the little princess.

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This was published a month after Baum 's death. Dorothy, Ozma and Glinda try to stop a war in the Gillikin Country. This was Baum 's last Oz book , and was published posthumously. This book contains a dark scene in the house of Red Reera , most likely due to Baum's failing health. There have been many other Oz books released since, although not written by Baum. A stage play closely based on the novel, featuring songs with music by Paul Tietjens. The Wizard of Oz. A stage extravaganza loosely based on the novel, with jokes written by Glen MacDonough , featuring songs by Baum and Paul Tietjens and many other interpolated as the show progressed.

It opened in Chicago in , starring the comedy team of David Montgomery and Fred Stone as the Tin Woodman who was also known in the show as Niccolo Chopper and the Scarecrow , respectively. The production moved to Broadway in , and continued on tour or in New York until Queer Visitors from the Marvelous Land of Oz. Originally used to promote The Marvelous Land of Oz. Hungry Tiger Press corrected the censoring from the Buckethead edition but used The Visitors from Oz as the title like the Kellogg adaptation.

Complete series can be read online. The book can be read online. The Woggle-Bug. Reviews praised only Chapin and the show never opened on Broadway. Never produced. A play by Baum. The connection to Oz is reported as minimal. Held in the L. Little Wizard Stories of Oz. Six short stories about the Oz characters, originally written to help re-launch the Oz series in Full text can be found online.

The Tik-Tok Man of Oz. Gottschalk , as produced by Oliver Morosco. Morosco and Victor Schertzinger interpolated one song of their own, but the production was not a big enough success for Morosco to want to move it to New York.

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A violent tale about a magic dart, nominally set in the Gillikin Country but otherwise making no reference to Oz. By Ruth Plumly Thompson. The Royal Book of Oz. The Scarecrow, going on a quest to find his family tree, slides down a magic bean-pole and discovers he is actually the Emperor of the mysterious underground Silver Islands.

When Dorothy discovers him missing, she sets out to find him, meeting the knight, Sir Hokus of Pokes , along the way. Although Baum was credited as the author, it was written entirely by Thompson.

Kabumpo in Oz. During Prince Pompadore of Pumperdink's birthday celebration a magic scroll is found inside his birthday cake. It warns him that if he does not wed a "proper princess" within seven days, his entire kingdom will disappear. The prince, along with the old, wise elephant Kabumpo , the Elegant Elephant, set off on an adventure to the Emerald City and along the way meet up with Peg Amy, a living wooden doll, and Wag, a giant rabbit. Meanwhile, Ruggedo the Gnome King Thompson "corrected" Baum's spelling "Nome" turns himself into a giant while tunneling under the Emerald City, gets Ozma's palace stuck on his crown, and runs off with it.

The Cowardly Lion of Oz. The tyrant Mustafa of Mudge, who has a large collection of captive lions, uses magic to compel an American circus clown, Notta Bit More, and orphan Bobbie Downs, or Bob Up, to capture the Cowardly Lion for his collection. At the same time, the Cowardly Lion finds that the courage he received from the Wizard in the first book of the series has worn off and that he is cowardly again, and he sets out to find a very brave man, intending to obtain that man's courage and become brave again, by eating him. Grampa in Oz. Prince Tatters of Ragbag and Grampa, a former soldier, set out to search for King Fumbo's lost head and a fortune to save the kingdom.

Meanwhile, in Perhaps City in the Maybe Mountains the Princess Pretty Good disappears after the prophet Abrog foresees her marrying a monster if she does not marry in four days. The Lost King of Oz. Old Mombi from The Marvelous Land of Oz is now a cook in the land of Kimbaloo, and one day comes across Pajuka, the former prime minister of Oz, whom she enchanted into a goose years before. She sets out to find Princess Ozma's lost father Pastoria , the former king of Oz, whom she had also enchanted. Meanwhile, Dorothy is accidentally transported to Hollywood , where she meets Humpy, a live stunt dummy, whom she brings back to Oz.

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Thompson even respelled Baum's respelling " Nome " as the more traditional " Gnome ". Illustrator John R. Neill's vision of Oz is more manic than Thompson or Baum's.