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Little Wizard Stories of Oz ❰Download❯ ➾ Little Wizard Stories of Oz Author L. Frank Baum – Thomashillier.co.uk This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is c This scarce antiquarian Stories of PDF É book is a facsimile reprint of the original Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our Little Wizard MOBI :↠ commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world s literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.


About the Author: L. Frank Baum

also wrote under Stories of PDF É the name Edith Van Dyne, Floyd Akers, Schuyler Staunton, John Estes Cooke, Suzanne Metcalf, Laura BancroftLyman Frank Baum was an American author, actor, and independent filmmaker best known as the creator, along with illustrator W W Denslow, of one of the Little Wizard MOBI :↠ most popular books in American children s literature, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, better known today as simply The Wizard of Oz He wrote thirteen sequels, nine other fantasy novels, and a plethora of other works novels in total, short stories, over Wizard Stories of PDF/EPUB å poems, an unknown number of scripts, and many miscellaneous writings , and made numerous attempts to bring his works to the stage and screen.



10 thoughts on “Little Wizard Stories of Oz

  1. Paul E. Morph Paul E. Morph says:

    A short collection of Oz short stories.Story 1 The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger Loved this one Very funny 5 starsStory 2 Little Dorothy and Toto Eh, it was OK The Wizard is a dick 3 starsStory 3 Tiktok and the Nome King An entertaining yarn with hints of Shakespeare 4 starsStory 4 Ozma and the Little Wizard This one reads like an Enid Blyton story it even starts Once upon a time 3 starsStory 5 Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse A really enjoyable little story A short collection of Oz short stories.Story 1 The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger Loved this one Very funny 5 starsStory 2 Little Dorothy and Toto Eh, it was OK The Wizard is a dick 3 starsStory 3 Tiktok and the Nome King An entertaining yarn with hints of Shakespeare 4 starsStory 4 Ozma and the Little Wizard This one reads like an Enid Blyton story it even starts Once upon a time 3 starsStory 5 Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse A really enjoyable little story but could have been fleshed out a littleto be truly satisfying 4 starsStory 6 The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman Fairly entertaining but, like the last one, it felt like it needed a bitmeat on its bones 4 starsOverall score 4 stars rounded up


  2. Tinka Tinka says:

    OzAThon Book 7.5Well, here we have a sweet little collection of Oz related stories that star various famous characters of the books like Dorothy, The Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion and Jack Pumpkinhead, to name a few going on several kinds of adventures The stories seem to be targeted at even younger readers than the initial series, with a simpler language and structure To be honest, the format works pretty well and makes me wonder if it were better had Baum continued to discover Oz in shor OzAThon Book 7.5Well, here we have a sweet little collection of Oz related stories that star various famous characters of the books like Dorothy, The Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion and Jack Pumpkinhead, to name a few going on several kinds of adventures The stories seem to be targeted at even younger readers than the initial series, with a simpler language and structure To be honest, the format works pretty well and makes me wonder if it were better had Baum continued to discover Oz in short story form in the first place instead of a bunch of mediocre sequels.The illustrations are good, even though some of them look quite disturbing Also, the Wizard looks like a beetle and strangely reminds me of Mr Beetle from Don Bluth s Thumbelina which means from now on I have Gilbert Gottfried s voice stuck in my head whenever I read his lines Thanks a lot.It s a quick read and very nice, even if not remarkable But definitely recommended if you want the full experience of Baum s Oz books


  3. Ayla Ayla says:

    Collection of six stories perfect for bedtime readings Illustrated in color.


  4. Muzzlehatch Muzzlehatch says:

    A charming little volume containing several very short Oz stories involving many of the major characters that had featured in the first 7 or so books in the series proper Clearly aimed at an even younger audience than the regular books, most adults will probably find these a little too silly though some of the wordplay that both Baum and his successors are known for is in evidence the Imps Udent, Olite and Ertinent, for example John R Neill s illustrations are among his best and are t A charming little volume containing several very short Oz stories involving many of the major characters that had featured in the first 7 or so books in the series proper Clearly aimed at an even younger audience than the regular books, most adults will probably find these a little too silly though some of the wordplay that both Baum and his successors are known for is in evidence the Imps Udent, Olite and Ertinent, for example John R Neill s illustrations are among his best and are the high point for me, especially the double page ones The Books of Wonder facsimile reprint is up to their usual high standards


  5. Robu-sensei Robu-sensei says:

    All of Baum s Oz books have some material no longer considered appropriate for children, but this one is unusually disturbing Also, why does the Wizard have antennae in all the pictures


  6. Rick Brose Rick Brose says:

    This was a a set of six short stories set in the land of Oz It has the wonderful pacing and characters that fans of the series love My main complaint is that the Kindle edition I had split some of the pictures over multiple pages It was still fun to dive back into one of my favorite worlds.


  7. Liliana Liliana says:

    Another edition


  8. Samuel Samuel says:

    I really liked all the stories in it especially the one in the middle when Jack Pumpkinhead saved two little children and his head got smashed by a tree trunk and squirrels captured them.


  9. Ylva Ylva says:

    This booklet consists of six short stories or, perhaps it would beaccurate to call them tiny stories not even little stories , as the title of the booklet says Alas, all the stories are very boring, and they don t even have any point to them For this reason, I wouldn t recommend this booklet to anybody, not even children Children should be given entertaining and fun stories to read, so that they would learn to enjoy reading and to love books Boring, pointless stories like the ones This booklet consists of six short stories or, perhaps it would beaccurate to call them tiny stories not even little stories , as the title of the booklet says Alas, all the stories are very boring, and they don t even have any point to them For this reason, I wouldn t recommend this booklet to anybody, not even children Children should be given entertaining and fun stories to read, so that they would learn to enjoy reading and to love books Boring, pointless stories like the ones in this booklet too easily tend to make children think that reading is boring, and turns them away from books and reading, and that is something that would be very unfortunate.The only funny thing in all the six stories in this book is the names of three imps mentioned in one story Olite, Udent and Ertinent, i.e imp Olite, imp Udent and imp Ertinent So, if in a booklet of six stories the only funny and slightly entertaining thing is three puns, I just don t see any incentive to read such an uninteresting and pointless booklet One s time would be much better spent by reading something that s worth reading, whether one is a child or an adult


  10. Meg McGregor Meg McGregor says:

    Well, as with most books comprised of short stories, there were a couple that I liked and a couple that I didn t.This book is obviously intended for the younger Oz reader And I think that is fine.But it is too watered down I am really surprised that Baum would dumb down any type of story for his readers.The story I really liked was The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger I always suspected both these two of just being old softies and I was right all along.


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