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The Wonderful World (Wizard) of Oz (Books of Wonder)

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  • Sales Rank:439,263
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition with Audio/Video
  • Edition:100 Anv
  • Pages:272
  • Publication Date:January 1, 2010
  • ASIN:B003YL4LN4

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Synopsis

This vook edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz combines the original children's book with a classic, black and white film from the 1910's and imaginative illustrations by W.W. Denslow from the original book, which was first published in 1900. Due to its timeless nature, this book has been reprinted and adapted into countless versions, including the iconic MGM film "The Wizard of Oz", which featured Judy Garland and was released in 1939. This story follows a young girl named Dorothy on her cyclone-induced trip from a bleak farm in Kansas, to the colorful and exciting land of Oz. Through her adventures she meets a variety of interesting friends, including the scarecrow, tinman, and the lion. With the help of a few munchkins, flying monkeys, wizards, and good witches, Dorothy is able to defeat the Wicked Witch and finally find her way back to Kansas.

Amazon.com Review
In spite of the fact that L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) is one of the most popular stories in America, relatively few people have actually read the book. It's well worth the effort! Young readers expecting rainbows, Munchkin songs, and wicked witches with burning brooms will instead find a complex country populated with mocking Hammerhead men, dainty people made out of china, and fierce monsters with heads of tigers and bodies of bears. Through the fantastic land of Oz ramble Dorothy and her trusty companions--Toto, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, and the Lion--each seeking his or her heart's desire. Although the premise of the book and the 1939 movie is the same, the book--as so often is the case--delivers a far more subtle and intricate plot. A child's imagination will run rampant in these pages as one extraordinary creature after another leads the motley crew into strange and magical adventures. (All ages) --Emilie Coulter
Synopsis

This vook edition of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz combines the original children's book with a classic, black and white film from the 1910's and imaginative illustrations by W.W. Denslow from the original book, which was first published in 1900. Due to its timeless nature, this book has been reprinted and adapted into countless versions, including the iconic MGM film "The Wizard of Oz", which featured Judy Garland and was released in 1939. This story follows a young girl named Dorothy on her cyclone-induced trip from a bleak farm in Kansas, to the colorful and exciting land of Oz. Through her adventures she meets a variety of interesting friends, including the scarecrow, tinman, and the lion. With the help of a few munchkins, flying monkeys, wizards, and good witches, Dorothy is able to defeat the Wicked Witch and finally find her way back to Kansas.


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