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We Are Family

This post on the Merry Old Land of Oz Facebook group got me thinking about how most of the kids who visit Oz tend to be only children. Okay, to be fair, it’s possible they have siblings we don’t know … Continue reading

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Brotherhood on Anuther Planet

When Planetty describes her old home, Anuther Planet, in The Silver Princess in Oz, she makes it out to be a dull, gray world where none of the the inhabitants have families or friends. People will sometimes bond with animals, … Continue reading

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Randy Spandy Jack-A-Dandy

Ruth Plumly Thompson’s Oz books are loaded with young princes, usually questing to save their kingdoms. These include Pompadore of Pumperdink, Tatters of Ragbad, Evered of Rash, Philador of the Ozure Isles, Tandy of Ozamaland, and our current subject, Randy … Continue reading

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