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OZMA OF OZ by L. Frank Baum: Another of my favorite Oz books penned by L. Frank Baum, author of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz." Dorothy is on a ship bound for Australia when she is washed overboard. In the company of a hen named Billina, she is washed up on the shore of the magical kingdom of Ev, which is located right across the deadly desert from Oz. Here she joins forces with Ozma, queen of Oz, to free the Ev royal family from the clutches of the evil Nome King. Suspenseful & fun.

The Road to Oz - Baum Color plates position for 1st edition, 1st state copy (1-indicates opposite of the title page and also given page). 1909 - The Road to Oz (No color plates. The gathering printed on variously tinted stock). st edition, 1st state, 1st printing with caption on plate 129. Reilly & Britton.

Wonderful Wizard of Oz - Baum Geo Hill Publisher. Wonderful Wizard of OZ. 1st edition, 1st state. 1st edition / 1st state. 24 color plates. published by Geo. Hill. 2 states/printing in B and C binding. Printed in 1899-1900.

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Emerald City of Oz by L.Frank Baum (c.1910) Color plates position for 1st edition, 1st state copy (1-indicates opposite of the title page and also given page). 1910 - The Emerald City of Oz - 16 plates (1, 24, 54, 74, 108, 116, 136, 166, 186, 222, 232, 240, 258, 264, 282, 292). Reilly & Britton

THE WONDERFUL WIZARD OF OZ by L. Frank Baum. Partly because I adored Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz", I was mesmerized by the Oz books, a series of fantasy novels for children begun by L. Frank Baum and continued by Ruth Plumly Thompson and others. This is the book that started it all.

Marvelous Land of Oz - Baum Color plates position for 1st edition, 1st state copy (1-indicates opposite of the title page and also given page). 1904 - 16 plates (1,10,56,68,78, 116, 142,162,174,182,204,220,242,254,260,284). Reilly & Britton

Dorothy and the Wiazrd in Oz by L.Frank Baum (c.1908) Color plates position for 1st edition, 1st state copy (1-indicates opposite of the title page and also given page). 1908 - Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz - 16 plates (1,16,34,50,60,80,100, 122, 138, 146,164, 192, 210, 220, 244, 252). Reilly & Britton