The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Sequels

After L. Frank Baum wrote the Wonderful Wizard of Oz, young readers couldn't get enough of Dorothy and her friends. Take an extended trip down the yellow brick road to discover the sequels and other titles from our digital collections.

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The Marvelous Land of Oz is the second book in Baum's Oz series. The series chronicles the further adventures of Dorothy both in and out of Oz, as she deals with the characters, situations and desires which continue to spill over from her first fateful adventure.

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En route to an Australian vacation via a steamboat, Dorothy is accidentally tossed overboard with Billina, a yellow hen also on the ship. They wash ashore in the Land of Ev, where Billina gains the ability to talk. The two, along with Tik-Tok, a mechanical man who runs on clockwork motors, run into trouble and are imprisoned by the head-swapping Princess Langwidere. Will Ozma and friends come to Dorothy’s rescue in time? And how will Ozma, The Scarecrow, the Cowardly Lion and the Tin Woodsman get to the Land of Ev from Oz? And just how will Dorothy get home this time? Featuring the timeless original illustrations of John R. Neil.

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The fifth novel in Baum's beloved series of stories about the magical land of Oz, The Road to Oz recounts Dorothy's fourth interlude in Oz, during which she encounters whimsically imaginative characters such as Shaggy Man, Polychrome, and Button Bright. A masterwork of imaginative fiction, this book is a must-read for fans of classic children's literature.

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Memorably illustrated tale of Dorothy's move to Oz. Entertaining fantasy introduces the amusingly bizarre Cuttenclips, Wogglebug, Grand Gallipoot, and the Flutterbudgets. 105 black-and-white illustrations.

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