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Mangaboos and More

Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz isn’t one of my favorite Oz books, perhaps because the Emerald City seems less welcoming than usual. And after a journey as dark as the one in the rest of the book, where the … Continue reading

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A Pyrate’s Life for Me

Sky Pyrates Over Oz, by Sherwood Smith – Back in 2005, Random House became the first major publisher in some time to put out a traditional Oz book, Smith’s The Emerald Wand of Oz. It featured the adventures of two … Continue reading

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Nome Family Reunion

The Talking City of Oz, by Ron Baxley, Jr. – This book was originally written for the International Wizard of Oz Club’s centennial contest, and published by March Laumer. I read that version and wrote a brief review of it … Continue reading

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Drifting Off to Dreamland

If you look at the map of the countries surrounding Oz from the endpapers of Tik-Tok of Oz, you’ll notice that the area just to the east (which is left on this map for some reason) of the Growleywogs’ territory … Continue reading

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