The Lost Princess of Oz (Oz, #11) by L. Frank BaumPrincess Ozma is missing! When Dorothy awakens one morning to discover that the beloved ruler of the Land of Oz has disappeared, all of the Emerald Citys most celebrated citizens join in the search for the lost princess.
But Ozma isnt all thats gone missing. The magical treasures of Oz have disappeared, too, including the Magic Picture, the Wizards black bag, and even Glindas Great Book of Records. With no clues to guide them, Ozmas friends separate into four search parties and spread out across their vast country in a desperate quest for their absent ruler.
Deep in the Winkle Country, Dorothys search party is soon Joined by Cayke the Cookie Cook, who has lost a magic gold dishpan, and the amazing Frogman, a man-sized frog who walks on his hind legs. Together with these new allies, Ozmas friends learn that their valued possessions arent missing but have been stolen by a mysterious villain. If their new foe is powerful enough to steal Princess Ozma and all of their magical treasures, how will they defeat him with no magic of their own?
In this 1917 addition to the Oz series, L. Frank Baum delights readers of all ages with a spellbinding mystery that involves nearly every one of the amazing cast of characters that populate Americas favorite fairyland. This handsome new edition--featuring all twelve of Oz artist John R. Neills beautiful color plates and nearly one hundred black-and-white drawings--is the perfect way to join Dorothy and her friends on this exciting journey through the endlessly intriguing Land of Oz.
When Dorothy awakens one morning to discover that the beloved ruler of the Land of Oz has disappeared, all of the Emerald Citys most celebrated citizens join in the search for the lost princess. This exciting mystery -- featuring the twelve original color plates and one hundred drawings -- involves nearly every one of the amazing cast of characters that populate Americas favorite fairyland.
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Frank Baum , author and creator of the Oz legacy. However, she is first introduced as an adolescent orphan boy of Gillikin descent called Tippetarius but nicknamed " Tip ", who serves as the main protagonist in the story and whose true identity is not revealed until the end of the novel.
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Dorothy Gale was sitting in one of her rooms in the royal palace, while curled up at her feet was a little black dog with a shaggy coat and very bright eyes. She wore a plain white frock, without any jewels or other ornaments except an emerald-green hair-ribbon, for Dorothy was a simple little girl and had not been in the least spoiled by the magnificence surrounding her. Once the child had lived on the Kansas prairies, but she seemed marked for adventure for she had made seven trips to the Land of Oz before she came to live there for good. Her very best friend was the beautiful Ozma of Oz, who loved Dorothy so well that she kept her in her own palace, so as to be near her. The girl's Uncle Henry and Aunt Em--the only relatives she had in the world--had also been brought here by Ozma and given a pleasant home.
Frank Baum. Published on June 5, , it begins with the disappearance of Princess Ozma , the ruler of Oz and covers Dorothy and the Wizard 's efforts to find her. The introduction to the book states that its inspiration was a letter a little girl had written to Baum: "I suppose if Ozma ever got hurt or losted, everybody would be sorry. The book was dedicated to the author's newborn granddaughter Ozma Baum , child of his youngest son Kenneth Gage Baum. Dorothy has risen from bed for the day and is seeing to her friends in the Emerald City and notices that Ozma has not awakened yet.
Princess Langwidere is a fictional character who is first introduced in L. Frank Baum 's third Oz book titled Ozma of Oz , published in Langwidere is not the protagonist nor necessarily the antagonist in Baum's Oz novel. She is portrayed as an arrogant and pampered character of annoyance with a distasteful personality to entertain the reader for the plot of the story involving the return of Oz's main heroine and child protagonist named Dorothy Gale from Baum's first Oz book titled The Wonderful Wizard of Oz , published in Langwidere is the highly narcissistic, spoiled, vain and conceited niece of King Evoldo who lives in a tiny Kingdom in the magical Land of Ev , which is a very small enchanted land with little population, that happens to neighbor the magical Land of Oz.
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