Tag: L. Frank Baum

Twinkle and Chubbins; Their Astonishing Adventures in Nature-Fairyland – L. Frank Baum

“THERE’S a woodchuck over on the side hill that is eating my clover,” said Twinkle’s father, who was a farmer. “Why don’t you set a trap for it?” asked Twinkle’s mother. “I believe I will,” answered the man. So, when the midday dinner was over, the farmer went to the barn and got a steel […]

Tik-Tok of Oz – L. Frank Baum

“I won’t!” cried Ann; “I won’t sweep the floor. It is beneath my dignity.” “Some one must sweep it,” replied Ann’s younger sister, Salye; “else we shall soon be wading in dust. And you are the eldest, and the head of the family.” “I’m Queen of Oogaboo,” said Ann, proudly. “But,” she added with a […]

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – L. Frank Baum

Dorothy lived in the midst of the great Kansas prairies, with Uncle Henry, who was a farmer, and Aunt Em, who was the farmer’s wife. Their house was small, for the lumber to build it had to be carried by wagon many miles. There were four walls, a floor and a roof, which made one […]

The Woggle-Bug Book – L. Frank Baum

ONE day Mr. H. M. Woggle-Bug, T. E., becoming separated from his comrades who had accompanied him from the Land of Oz, and finding that time hung heavy on his hands (he had four of them), decided to walk down the Main street of the City and try to discover something or other of interest. […]

The Tin Woodman of Oz – L. Frank Baum

The Tin Woodman sat on his glittering tin throne in the handsome tin hall of his splendid tin castle in the Winkie Country of the Land of Oz. Beside him, in a chair of woven straw, sat his best friend, the Scarecrow of Oz. At times they spoke to one another of curious things they […]

The Sea Fairies – L. Frank Baum

“Nobody,” said Cap’n Bill solemnly, “ever sawr a mermaid an’ lived to tell the tale.” “Why not?” asked Trot, looking earnestly up into the old sailor’s face. They were seated on a bench built around a giant acacia tree that grew just at the edge of the bluff. Below them rolled the blue waves of […]

The Scarecrow of Oz – L. Frank Baum

“Seems to me,” said Cap’n Bill, as he sat beside Trot under the big acacia tree, looking out over the blue ocean, “seems to me, Trot, as how the more we know, the more we find we don’t know.” “I can’t quite make that out, Cap’n Bill,” answered the little girl in a serious voice, […]

The Road to Oz – L. Frank Baum

Well, my dears, here is what you have asked for: another “Oz Book” about Dorothy’s strange adventures. Toto is in this story, because you wanted him to be there, and many other characters which you will recognize are in the story, too. Indeed, the wishes of my little correspondents have been considered as carefully as […]

The Patchwork Girl of Oz – L. Frank Baum

“Where’s the butter, Unc Nunkie?” asked Ojo. Unc looked out of the window and stroked his long beard. Then he turned to the Munchkin boy and shook his head. “Isn’t,” said he. “Isn’t any butter? That’s too bad, Unc. Where’s the jam then?” inquired Ojo, standing on a stool so he could look through all […]

The Marvelous Land of Oz – L. Frank Baum

In the Country of the Gillikins, which is at the North of the Land of Oz, lived a youth called Tip. There was more to his name than that, for old Mombi often declared that his whole name was Tippetarius; but no one was expected to say such a long word when “Tip” would do […]

The Magic of Oz – L. Frank Baum

On the east edge of the Land of Oz, in the Munchkin Country, is a big, tall hill called Mount Munch. One one side, the bottom of this hill just touches the Deadly Sandy Desert that separates the Fairyland of Oz from all the rest of the world, but on the other side, the hill […]

The Lost Princess of Oz – L. Frank Baum

There could be no doubt of the fact: Princess Ozma, the lovely girl ruler of the Fairyland of Oz, was lost. She had completely disappeared. Not one of her subjects—not even her closest friends—knew what had become of her. It was Dorothy who first discovered it. Dorothy was a little Kansas girl who had come […]

The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus – L. Frank Baum

Have you heard of the great Forest of Burzee? Nurse used to sing of it when I was a child. She sang of the big tree-trunks, standing close together, with their roots intertwining below the earth and their branches intertwining above it; of their rough coating of bark and queer, gnarled limbs; of the bushy […]

The Flying Girl – L. Frank Baum

“May I go now, Mr. Burthon?” asked Orissa. He looked up from his desk, stared a moment and nodded. It is doubtful if he saw the girl, for his eyes had an introspective expression. Orissa went to a cabinet wardrobe and took down her coat and hat. Turning around to put them on she moved […]

The Emerald City of Oz – L. Frank Baum

The Nome King was in an angry mood, and at such times he was very disagreeable. Every one kept away from him, even his Chief Steward Kaliko. Therefore the King stormed and raved all by himself, walking up and down in his jewel-studded cavern and getting angrier all the time. Then he remembered that it […]

The Daring Twins; A Story for Young Folk – L. Frank Baum

“Now you-all stop dat a-foolin’ an’ eat yo’ brekfas’ like sens’ble chill’ns,” said Aunt Hyacinth, coming in with a plate of smoking cakes. “Ef yo’ don’, yo’ done be late fo’ school, shore ’nuff.” A ripple of laughter went around the group of five young Darings as a scramble was made for the cakes. “I […]

Phoebe Daring; A Story for Young Folk – L. Frank Baum

“It’s a shame!” cried Becky Daring, indignantly shaking her scraggly red locks for emphasis. “So say we all of us,” observed her brother Don in matter-of-fact tones. “But that won’t help it, Beck.” “Wasn’t it all Judge Ferguson’s fault?” asked little Sue, listening with round, solemn eyes. “Why, the poor old judge couldn’t help dying, […]

Ozma of Oz – L. Frank Baum

The wind blew hard and joggled the water of the ocean, sending ripples across its surface. Then the wind pushed the edges of the ripples until they became waves, and shoved the waves around until they became billows. The billows rolled dreadfully high: higher even than the tops of houses. Some of them, indeed, rolled […]

Mother Goose in Prose – L. Frank Baum

Sing a song o’ sixpence, a handful of rye, Four-and-twenty blackbirds baked in a pie; When the pie was opened the birds began to sing, Wasn’t that a dainty dish to set before the King? IF you have never heard the legend of Gilligren and the King’s pie you will scarcely understand the above verse; […]

Little Wizard Stories of Oz – L. Frank Baum

These two beasts are Ozma’s chief guardians, but as everyone loves the beautiful girl Princess there has never been any disturbance in the great Throne Room, or anything for the guardians to do but look fierce and solemn and keep quiet until the Royal Audience is over and the people go away to their homes. […]


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