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L.  Frank  Baum

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Oz works by others
'The Wicked Years' series

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"Imagination has brought mankind through the Dark Ages to its present state of civilization. Imagination led Columbus to discover America. Imagination led Franklin to discover electricity. Imagination has given us the steam engine, the telephone, the talking-machine, and the automobile, for these things had to be dreamed of before they became realities. So I believe that dreams – daydreams, you know, with your eyes wide open and your brain machinery whizzing – are likely to lead to the betterment of the world. The imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to invent, and therefore to foster, civilization."

— L. Frank Baum

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Buam was married to Maud Gage, a daughter of the famous women’s rights advocate Matilda Joslyn Gage.

browse books by/about L. Frank Baum
L. Frank Baum entry at Wikipedia
L. Frank Baum's credits at Internet Movie Database
L. Frank Baum's credits at Internet Broadway Database
L. Frank Baum entry at SciFiPedia
L. Frank Baum page at Suite101

Wizard of Oz Collector's Treasury  
"The Wizard of Oz Collector's Treasury" [1992]
by Jay Scarfone & William Stillman, photographs by Tim McGowan

Schiffer Publng 11x8½ hardcover [3/92] for $59.95
100 Years of Oz  "100 Years of Oz: A Century of Classic Images" [1999]
by John Fricke, with photography by Mark Hill & Richard Glenn

Diane Publng 9½x9½ hardcover [1/99] for $30.00
Stewart, Tabori & Chang 9½x9½ hardcover [9/99] out of print/used
Yellow Bricks & Ruby Slippers  "Yellow Bricks and Ruby Slippers: An Anthology of Very Short Stories, Essays & Poems Inspired By The Wizard of Oz" [2001]
Edited by John M. Daniel, with illustrations by W.W. Denslow

Daniel & Daniel, Publrs 8¼x5¼ pb [3/2002] for $8.00
All Things Oz   "All Things Oz: The Wonder, Wit & Wisdom of The Wizard of Oz" [2003]
Edited by Linda Sunshine, from The Willard Carroll Collection

352 pages of stunning illustrations
Clarkson Potter 6¾x6¾ hardcover [10/2003] out of print/many used
Oz In Perspective / Magic and Myth  "Oz In Perspective: Magic and Myth In The L. Frank Baum Books" [2007]
by Richard Tuerk

McFarland & Co. 8¾x6 pb [1/2007] for $35.00


The  Official  Oz  Books  Canon

L. Frank Baum Original Oz Series  
"L. Frank Baum 15 Books In 1: The Original Oz Series" [2005]
Shoes & Ships & Sealing Wax, Ltd. 9½x5½ pb [8/2005] for $17.96
Shoes & Ships & Sealing Wax, Ltd. 9½x7½ hardcover [8/2005] for $43.99
Complete Book of Oz  "The Complete Book of Oz" [2006]
by L. Frank Baum

Wilder Publns 11x8 pb [2/2006] for $29.99
Kindle Edition from Wilder Publns [12/2007] for $7.99
L. Frank Baum's Treasury of Oz  "The Treasury of Oz: 15 In 1 Omnibus" [2007]
by L. Frank Baum

Wilder Publns 10x7 pb [8/2007] for $44.99
The Complete Oz by L. Frank Baum  "The Complete Oz" [2008] by L. Frank Baum, Royal Historian of Oz
Volume 1, 1900-13: CreateSpace 10x8 pb [4/2008] for $19.95
includes "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz", "The Marvelous Land of Oz", "Ozma of Oz", "Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz", "The Road To Oz", "The Emerald City of Oz", and "The Patchwork Girl of Oz"
Volume 2, 1913-20: CreateSpace 10x8 pb [4/2008] for $19.95
includes "Little Wizard Stories of Oz", "Tik-Tok of Oz", "The Scarecrow of Oz", "Rinkitink In Oz", "The Lost Princess of Oz", "The Tin Woodman of Oz", "The Magic of Oz" and "Glinda of Oz"
Great Book of Oz in Kindle format by L. Frank Baum  
"Great Book of Oz, 1900-1920" for Kindle [2014]
Kindle Edition from Wilder Publns [2/2014] for $1.99 {sic}
L. Frank Baum wrote 14 Oz novels and a book of six short stories from 1900 to 1920, which are the 15 base books of the Wizard of Oz canon

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 1900  "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [1900] by L. Frank Baum
Young Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are swept away by a Kansas cyclone and find themselves in a strange land called Oz; she meets the Munchkins and joins the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and the Cowardly Lion on a journey to the Emerald City to meet the all-powerful Wizard of Oz.
Signet Classics mass pb [10/2006] for $3.95
"El Mago de Oz" Spanish-language edition
Andres Bello pb [11/2006] for $14.60
Annotated Wizard of Oz   "The Annotated Wizard of Oz" [orig 1976, rev 2000]
by L. Frank Baum, edited by Michael Patrick Hearn, original illustrations by W.W. Denslow, Foreword by Martin Gardner

W.W. Norton 10x8¾ Centennial Edition hardcover [10/2000] for $26.37
Crown hardcover [10/76] out of print/many used
Wonderful Wizard of Oz 100th Anniversary  "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 100th Anniversary Edition" [2000]
A lavish facsimile edition that includes all 24 of W.W. Denslow's original color plates
and 130 two-color illustrations

HarperTrophy 7¾x5¾ pb [8/2001] for $7.99
HarperCollins 9x7 hardcover [10/2000] for $16.49
The Wizard of Oz graphic novel  "L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz: The Graphic Novel" [2005]
Adapted by Michael Cavallaro

Puffin 8x5 pb [9/2005] for $9.34
Spotlight 8x5½ library hardcover [1/2006] for $18.88
Oz Before The Rainbow / On Stage and Screen  "Oz Before The Rainbow: L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz On Stage and Screen To 1939" [2000] by Mark Evan Swartz
Johns Hopkins Univ Press 9x7¼ pb [11/2002] out of print/many used
Johns Hopkins Univ Press hardcover [8/2000] out of print/used
Historian's Wizard of Oz  "The Historian's Wizard of Oz: Reading L. Frank Baum's Classic As A Political & Monetary Allegory" [2002] Edited by Ranjit S. Dighe
Praeger Publrs 9x6 pb [6/2002] for $24.32
Praeger Publrs 9¼x6 hardcover [6/2002] for $76.40

"The Marvelous Land of Oz" [#2 = 1904]
"Queer Visitors From The Marvelous Land of Oz" [stories 1905 = not counted]
"The Woggle-Bug Book" [1905 = not counted] 1606640089
"Ozma of Oz" [#3 = 1907]
"Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz" [#4 = 1908]
"The Road To Oz" [#5 = 1909]
"The Emerald City of Oz" [#6 = 1910]
"The Patchwork Girl of Oz" [#7 = 1913]
"Little Wizard Stories of Oz" [6 stories 1913 = not counted]
"Tik-Tok of Oz" [#8 = 1914]
"The Scarecrow of Oz" [#9 = 1915]
"Rinkitink In Oz" [#10 = 1916]
"The Lost Princess of Oz" [#11 = 1917]

"The Tin Woodman of Oz" [book #12 = 1918]
by L. Frank Baum, Illustrated by John R. Neill
The Tin Woodman of Oz book by L. Frank Baum & John R. Neill   Subtitle: A Faithful Story of The Astonishing Adventure Undertaken By The Tin Woodman, Assisted By Woot The Wanderer, The Scarecrow of Oz, and Polychrome, The Rainbow's Daughter • A wandering Gillikin boy named Woot asks the Tin Man, reigning Emperor of the Winkie Kingdom, how he came to be made of tin. After his tale is told, Scarecrow advises Tin Man to search for his lost love and fulfill his promise to her, and even ask her to join him as Empress of Winkieland. They set out and have many exciting and dangerous adventures before they discover a surpise that leaves everyone truly astounded.
Kindle Edition from Eltanin Publng [3/2014] for $1.99 {sic}
HarperCollins Books of Wonder 9x6¾ hardcover [5/99] for $22.61
Rand McNally & Co. 9¼x6¼ pb [1918] long out of print/used
Reilly & Britton 9½x6¾ hardcover [5/1918] long out of print/used
book entry at Wikipediafully-illustrated original 1918 edition in etext format at Project Gutenberg
Disneyland Records recording [1969], read by actors Ginny Tyler and Ron Howard
free online audio with slide show [1/2015 upload; 48:54] at YouTube

Scarecrow, Woot & Tin Man from 2009 animated 'TWO' project  "The Tin Woodman of Oz" independent video [2009]
Hash, Inc. of Vancouver, Washington State sells animation software called Animation:Master; in 2009 they organized a worldwide collaboration of their users to make a 90-minute version of Baum's 1918 book "The Tin Woodman of Oz" (nick-named 'TWO'); the film seems not to be for sale anywhere, but is uploaded to Hash, Inc.'s YouTube Channel in eleven parts.
Produced by Martin Hash • full credits at IMDb
watch 5/2010 official trailer [1:39] online at YouTube
watch all eleven parts [1/2009 upload] online at YouTube

"The Magic of Oz" [#13 = 1919]
"Glinda of Oz" [#14 = 1920]
"The Royal Book of Oz" [#15 = 1921] by Ruth Plumly Thompson,

additional official 'Oz' books
written by Ruth Plumly Thompson (1921-72), Rachel R. Cosgrove & Jack Snow [1946-49] after Baum's death

"The Royal Book of Oz" [1921] by RBP
"Kabumpo In Oz" [1922] by RBP
"The Cowardly Lion of Oz" [1923] by RBP
"Grampa In Oz" [1924] by RBP
"The Lost King of Oz" [1925] by RBP
"The Hungry Tiger of Oz" [1926] by RBP
"The Gnome King of Oz" [1927] by RBP
"The Giant Horse of Oz" [1928] by RBP
"Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz" [1929] by RBP
"The Yellow Knight of Oz" [1930] by RBP
"Pirates In Oz" [1931] by RBP
"The Purple Prince of Oz" [1932] by RBP
"Ojo In Oz" [1933] by RBP
"Speedy In Oz" [1934] by RBP
"The Wishing Horse of Oz" [1935] by RBP
"Captain Salt In Oz" [1936] by RBP
"Handy Mandy In Oz" [1937] by RBP
"The Silver Princess In Oz" [1938] by RBP
"Ozoplaning With The Wizard of Oz" [1939] by RBP
"The Wonder City of Oz" [1940]
"The Scalawagons of Oz" [1941]
"Lucky Bucky In Oz" [1942]
"The Magical Mimics In Oz" [1946] by JS
"The Shaggy Man of Oz" [1949] by JS
"The Hidden Valley of Oz" [1951] by RRC
"Merry-Go-Round In Oz" [1963]
"Yankee In Oz" [1972] by RBP
"The Enchanted Island of Oz" [1976]
"The Forbidden Fountain of Oz" [1980]
"The Ozmapolitan of Oz" [1986]
"The Wicked Witch of Oz" [1993]
"A Runaway In Oz" [1995]
"The Rundelstone of Oz" [2001]
"The Emerald Wand of Oz" [2005]
"Trouble Under Oz" [2006]
"Sky Pyrates Over Oz" [forthcoming]

Complete Oz / Lost Tales   "The Complete Oz: The Lost Tales" [2008]
by Ruth Plumly Thompson & Jack Snow

CreateSpace 10x8 pb [12/2008] for $19.95
includes nine non-Baum official Oz books: "The Royal Book of Oz" [1921], "Kabumpo In Oz" [1922], "The Wishing Horse of Oz" [1935], "Captain Salt In Oz" [1936], "Handy Mandy In Oz" [1937], "The Silver Princess In Oz" [1938], "Ozoplaning With The Wizard of Oz" [1939], "The Magical Mimics In Oz" [1946] and "The Shaggy Man of Oz" [1949]


Other  L. Frank Baum  Works
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"The Mackrummins" [lost stageplay 1882]

"The Maid of Arran" [stageplay 1882]

"Matches" [lost stageplay 1882]

"Kilmourne, or O'Connor's Dream" [lost? stageplay 1883]

"The Queen of Killarney" [lost? stageplay 1883]

"The Wizard of Oz" Broadway musical stageplay extravaganza [1903-1905]
book & lyrics by L. Frank Baum, based on his novel
original staging [Jan-Oct 1903]revival [March 1904 - Nov 1905]

"Mortal For An Hour, or The Fairy Prince, or Prince Marvel" [stageplay 1909]

"King Bud of Noland, or The Magic Cloak" [musical stageplay 1913]
music by Louis F. Gottschalk, revised as the scenario to the 1914 silent film "The Magic Cloak of Oz"

poster for 1913 stageplay 'The Tik-Tok Man of Oz'  Shaggy and Tik-Tok onstage, at Winkie Con 50 in 2014  "The Tik-Tok Man of Oz" musical stageplay [1913]
Baum wrote a stageplay originally based on "Ozma of Oz", but it was heavily revised and the name was changed to "The Tik-Tok Man of Oz". The story of the Shaggy Man's quest to rescue his brother from the Nome King was produced as a musical stageplay in 1913 by Oliver Morosco, with music by Louis F. Gottschalk; it was popular in Los Angeles and San Francisco, but panned by critics in Chicago; although the play was making money in Chicago, producer Morosco decided not to open on Broadway; after Chicago, the company took the play on the road for five months. A complete playscript does not exist, but fans cobbled together a version that was performed 'one time only' at Winkie Con 50 in San Diego, California in 2014.

"Stagecraft, or The Adventures of A Strictly Moral Man" [musical stageplay 1914]
music by Louis F. Gottschalk

"The Uplift of Lucifer, or Raising Hell: An Allegorical Squazosh" [musical stageplay 1915]
music by Louis F. Gottschalk

"The Uplifter's Minstrels" [musical stageplay 1916]
music by Byron Gay

"The Orpheus Road Show: A Paraphrastic Compendium of Mirth" [musical stageplay 1917]
music by Louis F. Gottschalk

Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum  "The Collected Short Stories of L. Frank Baum" [2006]
Edited by Katharine M. Rogers

International Wizard of Oz Club hardcover [1/2006] ISBN-13 9781930764149
not available at Amazon (2017)

"By The Candelabra's Glare" [poetry 1897]
"Mother Goose In Prose" [1897]
"Father Goose: His Book" [nonsense poetry 1899]

"A New Wonderland" [fantasy 1900]
republished in 1903 as "The Surprising Adventures of The Magical Monarch of Mo & His People"

"The Army Alphabet" [poetry 1900]
"The Navy Alphabet" [poetry 1900]

"The Songs of Father Goose" [1900]
the "Father Goose" book above, set to music by Alberta N. Hall Burton

"Dot and Tot of Merryland" [fantasy 1901]

American Fairy Tales story collection by L. Frank Baum  "American Fairy Tales" [fantasy stories 1901] by Lyman Frank Baum
The original edition of 1901 contained 12 stories, with two full-page illustrations for each; the publisher went out of business in 1902 and rights were purchased by Bobbs-Merrill; the 1908 edition had three stories added and different art. The first twelve stories are: "The Box of Robbers", "The Glass Dog", "The Queen of Quok", "The Girl Who Owned A Bear", "The Enchanted Types", "The Laughing Hippopotamus", "The Magic Bon Bons", "The Capture of Father Time", "The Wonderful Pump", "The Dummy That Lived", "The King of The Polar Bears", and "The Mandarin and The Butterfly". The stories added later are: "The Strange Adventures of An Egg", "The Ryl", and "The Witchcraft of Mary-Marie". {NOTE: While there are some racist elements, they are quite mild.}
12 stories with no illustrations
Kindle Edition from Amazon Digital Services [8/2017] for 99¢
Kindle Edition from Amazon Digital Services with clip art [6/2013] for 99¢
CreateSpace 9x6 pb [11/2016] for $3.88
CreateSpace 9x6 pb [5/2017] for $3.89
12 stories with illustrations
Dover Children's Classics 8¼x5 pb [6/78] for $7.95
15 stories with illustrations
Bobbs-Merrill hardcover [1908] long out of print/scarce

"The Master Key: An Electric Fairy Tale" [fantasy 1901]
"The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus" [1902]
"The Enchanted Island of Yew" [fantasy 1903]
"Queen Zixi of Ix" [fantasy 1905]
"John Dough and the Cherub" [fantasy 1906]

"Father Goose's Year Book: Quaint Quacks & Feathered Shafts For Mature Children"
[nonsense poetry for adults 1907]

"The Last Egyptian: A Romance of the Nile" [1908] as Anonymous

"L. Frank Baum's Juvenile Speaker; Readings & Recitations In Prose & Verse, Humorous & Otherwise"
aka "Baum's Own Book for Children" [collection of revised work 1910]

"The Daring Twins: A Story For Young Folk" [1911 novel]
reprinted in 2006 as "The Secret of The Lost Fortune"

"The Sea Fairies" [fantasy 1911]
"Sky Island" [fantasy 1912]

"Phoebe Daring: A Story For Young Folk" [1912 novel]
reprinted in 2008 as "Unjustly Accused"

"Our Married Life" [lost novel 1912]
"Johnson" [lost novel 1912]

"Molly Oodle" [lost novel 1914]
"The Mystery of Bonita" [lost novel 1914]

"Sam Steele's Adventures: The Scream of The Sacred Ape" [2006 novel]
First publication under Baum's name of "The Boy Fortune Hunters In China" [1909]

"Sam Steele's Adventures: The Amazing Bubble Car" [2008 novel]
First publication under Baum's name of "Sam Steele's Adventures In Panama" [1907]


'Oz'  Works  by  Others

"The Laughing Dragon of Oz" [1935] by Frank Joslyn Baum

Roger S. Baum
great-grandson [b. 1938] of L. Frank Baum
browse booksofficial websiteIMDb listingWikipedia

Dorothy of Oz novel by Roger S. Baum   "Dorothy of Oz" YA novel [1989] by Roger S. Baum
Dorothy returns to Kansas from Oz to find her hometown destroyed by the tornado and the people moving away. Then she is transported back to Oz to find that that land is in decay and her friends Lion, Tin Man & Scarecrow are missing. Dorothy's new journey teams her with a bossy China Doll, a soldier made of marshmallow, Wiser The Owl, and a Tugboat – against the evil Jester.
Kindle Edition from Toto Too, Inc. [10/2010] for $2.99
HarperCollins 9x7½ hardcover [10/89] for $20.33
being made into animated feature film for 2012 release {see below}

"The Rewolf of Oz" [1990]

The Sillyozbul Trilogy
"The SillyOZbuls of Oz" [1991] ISBN 0-9630101-0-7
"The SillyOZbul of Oz and Toto" [1992] ISBN 0-9630101-1-5
"The SillyOZbul of Oz and The Magic Merry-Go-Round" []

"Lion of Oz and The Badge of Courage" [1995]
"The Green Star of Oz" [2000]
"Toto In Candy Land" [2000]
"The Wizard of Oz and The Magic Merry-Go-Round" [2002]
"Toto of Oz and The Surprise Party" [2004]
"The Oz Odyssey" [2006]

'Oz' graphic novels by Eric Shanower
"The Enchanted Apples of Oz" [1986]
"The Secret Island of Oz" [1986]
"The Ice King of Oz" [1987]
"The Forgotten Forest of Oz" [1988] 0915419440/

Gregory Maguire's 'The Wicked Years' Series
Gregory Maguire's official website

Wicked novel   "Wicked: The Life & Times of The Wicked Witch of The West" [1995]
by Gregory Maguire

Harper mass pb [9/2007] for $7.99
Harper 9x6 pb [9/96] for $10.88
Harper musical tie-in 9x6 pb [3/2004] for $10.88
Wm. Morrow 9¼x6½ hardcover [9/95] for $17.79
Regan Books hardcover [9/95] out of print/many used
Broadway musical Wicked  "Wicked: A New Musical" [on Broadway Oct 2003 to present]
Green-skinned Elphaba Thropp (the future Wicked Witch of The West) struggles with her spoiled & popular college roommate Galinda (the future Good Witch of The North) over a common love-interest and the corrupt government of the Emperor of Oz. Book by Winnie Holzman, music & lyrics by Stephen Schwartz; starring Kristin Chenoweth {as Galinda 2003-2004}, Idina Menzel (as Elphaba 2003-2005}, Joel Grey {as The Wizard 2003-2004} & Christopher Fitzgerald
Decca soundtrack CD [12/2003] 19 tracks for $9.99
credits at Internet Broadway Databasemusical's official website
Wicked / Grimmerie / Behind The Scenes  
"Wicked: The Grimmerie - A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Hit Broadway Musical" [2005] by David Cote
includes the libretto of the Broadway stage show by Winnie Holzman & Stephen Schwartz
Hyperion 12¼x9¼ [10/2005] for $26.40
Son of A Witch novel   "Son of A Witch: A Novel" [2005] by Gregory Maguire
Injured warrior Liir, who may be the son of Elphaba, is nursed back to health by wise Superior Maunt and a mute waif named Candle, so that he can challenge the despotic Emperor of Oz.
Harper 9x6 pb [9/2006] for $10.88
Wm. Morrow 9¼x6½ hardcover [9/2005] for $17.79
A Lion Among Men cover art not yet available  "A Lion Among Men: Volume Three In The Wicked Years" [2008]
by Gregory Maguire

The Cowardly Lion does verbal battle with a dying oracle named Yackle for magical secrets that will stop the approaching army of the Emperor of Oz.
Wm. Morrow 9½x6½ hardcover [10/2008] for $17.79
Out of Oz novel by Gregory Maguire  "Out of Oz: The Final Volume In The Wicked Years" [2011]
by Gregory Maguire

Glinda is under house arrest, Lion is on the run from the law, Liir meets a little girl 'growing up in the shadows'. and Dorothy Gale returns to straighten things out.
Wm. Morrow 9½x6 hardcover [11/2011] for $14.11
"Wicked: The Musical" [Universal for 2012?]
Announced 7/2010: Universal Pictures is planning to make a feature film
version of the hit Broadway musical • latest info at IMDb

"Wicked" [ABC-TV for 2012?]
Announced 1/2011: non-musical project based on the book, as an eight-hour miniseries for ABC-TV;
exec produced by Salma Hayek & partner Jose Tamez & scriptor Erik Jendresen, and starring Salma Hayek


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The Complete Wizard of Oz Collection: 15 Books by L. Frank Baum in Kindle format  "The Complete Wizard of Oz Collection: 15 Books by L. Frank Baum" [2008]
Kindle Edition from MobileReference [8/2008] for 95¢
includes "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [1900], "The Marvelous Land of Oz" [1904], "Ozma of Oz"
[1907], "Dorothy and The Wizard In Oz" [1908], "The Road To Oz" [1909], "The Emerald City of Oz"
[1910], and "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" [1913], "Little Wizard Stories of Oz" [1913], "Tik-Tok of Oz"
[1914], "The Scarecrow of Oz" [1915], "Rinkitink In Oz" [1916], "The Lost Princess of Oz" [1917], "The Tin Woodman of Oz" [1918], "The Magic of Oz" [1919] and "Glinda of Oz" [1920]
The Wizard of Oz Omnibus in Kindle format  
"The Wizard of Oz Omnibus: All The Original Oz Books & Stories" [2008]
Kindle Edition from LeClue22 [7/2008] for $9.95
includes the 15 base Oz books [1900-1920], plus "Queer Visitors From The Marvelous Land of Oz" [1905] and "The Woggle-Bug Book" [1905]
The Complete Book of Oz in Kindle format  "The Complete Book of Oz: 15-in-1 Omnibus" for Kindle [2007]
Kindle Edition from Wilder Publns [12/2007] for $9.99
text-only versions of the 15 base Oz books by L. Frank Baum
The Works of L. Frank Baum for Kindle  "The {not very} Complete L. Frank Baum Collection: 33 Books" for Kindle [2009]
Kindle Edition from Amazon Digital Services [2009] for $3.99
includes 13 of the 15 base Oz books [1900-1920] while omitting "The Lost Princess of Oz" [1904] & "Little Wizard Stories of Oz" [1913] — plus 20 non-Oz books: four "Mary Louise" books; eight "Aunt Jane's Nieces" books; "A Kidnapped Santa Claus"; "American Fairy Tales"; "The Enchanted Island of Yew"; "The Life & Adventures of Santa Claus"; "The Master Key"; "Mother Goose In Prose"; "The Sea Fairies"; and "Sky Island"
Great Book of Oz in Kindle format by L. Frank Baum  
"Great Book of Oz, 1900-1920" for Kindle [2014]
Kindle Edition from Wilder Publns [2/2014] for $1.99 {sic}
L. Frank Baum wrote 14 Oz novels and a book of six short stories from 1900 to 1920, which are the 15 base books of the Wizard of Oz canon


'Oz'  Movies  &  Television
L. Frank Baum's listing at Internet Movie Database
browse L. Frank Baum DVDs at Amazon

The World of Oz silent movies DVD set  "The World of Oz" silent movies DVD set [2005]
includes "The Patchwork Girl of Oz" [1914] directed by J. Farrell MacDonald; "The Magic Cloak of Oz" [1914] directed by J. Farrell MacDonald; "His Majesty, The Scarecrow of Oz" [1914] directed by J. Farrell MacDonald; and "Wizard of Oz" [1925] co-written & directed by and starring silent comic Larry Semon
B.C.I. / Eclipse B&W silent DVD [7/2005] 2 disks - out of prodn/used

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1910)

Dorothy and The Scarecrow in Oz (1910)

The Land of Oz (1910)

The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1914)

The Magic Cloak of Oz (1914)

His Majesty, The Scarecrow of Oz (Oz Film Mfg. Co. 1914)

"Wizard of Oz" silent feature [Chadwick Pictures April 1925]
lobby card (or glass slide) for Larry Semon's 1925 'Wizard of Oz' feature film  The Land of Oz suffers under the rule of Prime Minister Kruel while the people await the return of Princess Dorothy, who arrives by tornado from Kansas with her uncle and some farmhands; original film speed was 7/fps which runs 110 minutes; later/faster videos run 65 to 85 minutes; copyrighted 2005 T.C.M. restoration runs 72 minutes • Co-written, co‑produced & directed by and starring silent comic Larry Semon; co-written by Frank Joslyn Baum & Leon Lee; also starring Dorothy Dwan, Mary Carr, Virginia Pearson, Bryant Washburn, Josef Swickard, Charles Murray, Oliver Hardy, William Hauber, William Dinus, Frank Alexander, Otto Lederer, Frederick Ko Vert, Spencer Bell, Jean Johnston
100-minute Miracle Pictures b&w DVD [2/2002] for $8.00
68-minute Grapevine Video b&w DVD [8/2016] for $14.95
also available on the 'Wizard of Oz' silent movie 4-pack {as above}
B.C.I. / Eclipse B&W silent DVD [7/2005] 2 disks - out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbmovie entry at Wikipediawatch full movie [7/2011 upload; 1:25:00] online at YouTube

"The Land of Oz, A Sequel To The Wizard of Oz" (1932)

The Wizard of Oz (1933 animated short)

Oz University (1936)

The Wizard of Oz (1938)

"The Wizard of Oz" [M.G.M./Loew's Aug 1939]
Wizard of Oz - Judy Garland poster  
Wizard of Oz red-white-and-blue poster  
A cyclone picks up a house, a girl, and her dog Toto and transports them to the strange land of Oz, where she meets a Tin Woodsman, a Cowardly Lion, and a Scarecrow. They travel together along the Yellow Brick Road, fighting witches & flying monkeys to get to the Emerald City, where they finally confront the terrible Wizard of Oz. Produced by Mervyn LeRoy, directed by Victor Fleming; based on the novel by L. Frank Baum; starring Judy Garland, Frank Morgan, Ray Bolger, Bert Lahr, Jack Haley, Billie Burke, Margaret Hamilton, Charley Grapewin & Terry {as Toto}; won Oscars for Best Music Score & Best Song, Oscar noms for Best Picture, Best Color Cinematography, Best Special Effects & Best Art Direction, Juvenile Award for Judy Garland; listed on National Film Registry (1989)
Warner Collector's Edition color DVD pkg [10/2005] 3 disks for $36.99
Warner Special Edition color DVD set [10/2005] 2 disks for $19.99
Rhino/W.E.A. Special Edition soundtrack CD [9/98] for $18.98
Rhino/W.E.A. Deluxe Edition soundtrack CD [7/95] for $22.99
full credits from IMDb
Judy Garland 27"x40" poster from Amazon for $19.99
red-white-and-blue 11"x17" poster from Amazon for $14.99
1939 movie official website
Judy Garland & Frank Morgan 'great & powerful Oz' soundbite [38-second wav file]

many more details (posters, DVDs, books) on
"The Wizard of Oz" 1939 Movie Page at Magic Lantern Video & Book Store

"The Wizard of Oz" [1950 TV]

"The Wizard of Oz" episode on "Ford Star Jubilee" [1956 TV]

"Tales of The Wizard of Oz" [1961 TV series]

"Number 13" aka "The Magic Mushroom People of Oz" (1962)

"Return To Oz" [1964 TV]

"The Wizard of Oz" [1964 TV]

"The Wizard of Mars" [1965] (novels "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" & "Glinda of Oz")

"Fantasía: [1966] (novel "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz")

"Oz: The Tin Woodman's Dream" [1967]

"The Wizard of Oz" [1967 TV]

"The Wonderful Land of Oz" [1969]

"Ozu no mahôtsukai" aka "The Wizard of Oz" [1970)

5 episodes of the "Jackanory" TV series [1970]

"That Girl In Wonderland" [1973 TV episode]

"Volshebnik izumrudnogo goroda" [1974 TV] aka "The Wizard of The City of Emeralds"

"Journey Back To Oz" [1974]

"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [1975]

"Oz" aka "20th Century Oz" [1976]

"The Magnificent Major" [1977]

"Wiz On Down The Road" [1978]

"The Wiz" [Universal/Motown Oct 1978]
cast album & still photos on video http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0135708/
based on the Broadway play [1975-79]

"Thanksgiving In The Land of Oz" [1980 TV]

"The Wizard of Malta" [1981]

"The Marvelous Land of Oz" [1981 TV]

"Under The Rainbow" [Warner Bros. / Orion Pictures July 1981]
Under The Rainbow movie poster  The German Führer sends a midget secret agent to Culver City, California to meet with a Japanese spy. The meeting turns out to be the same weekend that The Culver Hotel [est. 1924] receives 150 'little people' working as Munchkins on the movie "The Wizard of Oz", a busload of Japanese tourists, and a paranoid Duke and his bumbling Secret Service escort. Directed by Steve Rash; starring Chevy Chase, Carrie Fisher, Eve Arden, Joseph Maher, Robert Donner, Billy Barty, Mako, Cork Hubbert, Pat McCormick, Adam Arkin, Richard Stahl, Freeman King, Zelda Rubinstein & Jerry Maren
Warner Home Video widescreen color DVD [undated] out of prodn/used
Warner Home Video color VHS [4/92] out of prodn/used
11"x17" poster from Amazon for $14.99
full credits from IMDbmovie entry at Wikipedia

"El Mago de Oz: Cuento de Frank Baum" [1985 TV]

"The Whimsical World of Oz" [1985 TV docu]

"Return To Oz" [Disney 1985] starring Fairuza Balk

"Ozu no mahôtsukai" [1986 animated TV series]

"Ozma of Oz" [1987 animated video release]

"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [1987 animated feature]

"The Emerald City of Oz" [1987 animated video release]

"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [animated TV series 1987-88[

"Supêsu Ozu no bôken" aka "The Wonderful Galaxy of Oz "
[1990 animated TV mini-series] http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0098886/

"The Hollywood Road To Oz" [1990 TV documentary]
Hosted by Charlton Heston http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0099784/

"The Wonderful Wizard of Oz: 50 Years of Magic" documentary [CBS-TV special Feb 1990]
Co-produced, co-written & directed by Jack Haley, Jr.; hosted by Angela Lansbury; Emmy nomination for Outstanding
Directing; available on the 2-disk & 3-disk editions above; full credits from IMDb

"Dorothy & The Wizard In Oz [1993 animated video release]

"In Search of Oz" documentary [BBC 1993, USA June 1994]

"We're Off To See The Munchkins" [indep video docu 1993]

"Oz" [Japan animated video release 1994]

"The Magic Book of Oz" [indep video release 1994]

"Volshebnik izumrudnogo goroda" aka "The Wizard of the City of Emeralds"
[Russia 1994 part-animated feature] http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0111641/

"The Wizard of Oz In Concert: Dreams Come True" [TBS 1995]
Hosted by Alfre Woodard; starring Jackson Browne, Roger Daltrey, Natalie Cole, Joel Grey, Jewel Kilcher
(as Dorothy}, Nathan Lane, Debra Winger, Lucie Arnaz, Ry Cooder, Dr. John & James Waller (as Toto}

"Lion of Oz" [2000] /tt0120733/
based on "Lion of Oz and The Badge of Courage" [1995] by Roger S. Baum

"The Land of Oz" [Hallmark Ent. 2000 TV] /tt0170138/

"Twister: A Musical Catastrophe" [2000 video release]
Written, directed & edited by and starring Ken Kesey [1935-2001]

"Lost In Oz" TV movie [2000] /tt0173573/
Co-produced & co-written by Michael Katleman, Tim Burton & Trey Callaway; directed by Michael Katleman;
starring Christine Lakin, Samantha Nagel, Scott L. Schwartz

"Lost In Oz" 45-minute TV movie [WB-TV 2002] /tt0309176/
Directed by Mick Garris; co-produced & written by David Hayter; starring Melissa George, Colin Egglesfield,
Mia Sara, Sandra Allen {as Brianna & Patchwork Girl) & Lynn Whitfield

"The Patchwork Girl of Oz" [2005 animated TV] /tt0345776/

"The Muppets' Wizard of Oz" [Fox TV/ABC-TV/Henson May 2005]
Muppets Wizard of Oz TV special on DVD  Dorothy lives in a trailer park in Kansas; a tornado whisks her & Toto away to Oz, where it lands on the Wicked Witch . . . Directed by Kirk R. Thatcher; co-written by Debra Frank & Steve L. Hayes; starring Ashanti {as Dorothy Gale}, David Alan Grier (as Uncle Henry}, Queen Latifah {as Auntie Em}, and Muppets characters Pepe the Prawn {as Toto}, Miss Piggy {as Wicked Witch of The West}, Kermit the Frog {as Scarecrow}, The Great Gonzo {as Tin Thing}, and Fozzie {as Cowardly Lion}; cameo by Quentin Tarantino
Buena Vista Home Ent. color DVD [8/2005] for $9.99
Buena Vista Home Video color VHS [8/2005] out of prodn/used
full credits at IMDbofficial movie sitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch promo for DVD [1:30] at IMDb

"Tin Man" six-hour mini-series
[SciFi Channel Dec 2007]
SciFis Channel Tin Man miniseries  Billed as a 'twisted' version of Baum's Oz tales; an ordinary girl named D.G. suddenly arrives on the Outer Zone {i.e. Oz} and finds that evil Azkadellia has cast a spell over the magical realm; D.G. enlists the aid of half-brained eccentric Glitch, kindly-but-cowardly beast Raw, and heart-broken former lawman Cain in seeking the fabled Mystic Man who lives at the end of the Old Road. Directed by Nick Willing; starring Zooey Deschanel, Alan Cumming, Neal McDonough, Kathleen Robertson, Raoul Trujillo, Callum Keith Rennie, Richard Dreyfuss, Blu Mankuma & Karin Konoval
R.H.I. Ent. widescreen color Blu-ray [7/2010] 4+ hours on 2 disks for $14.99
Halmi Ent. Collector's Edition widescreen color DVD [3/2008] 4+ hours on 2 disks for $7.99
full credits from IMDbofficial movie site {requires Flash}SciFi Channel non-Flash site

"The Yellow Brick Road And Beyond" [Passport Intl. Feb 2009]
The Yellow Brick Road And Beyond 2009 documentary film  50-minute color documentary film written & directed by Troy Szebin; narrated by Steve Stoliar; interviewees include Rob Marshall, Joan Leslie, Beverly D'Angelo, Allan Arkush, John Kendrick, Joel Grey, Oz historian Carlos Larkin, Tommy Tune, and several Munchkins; with archive footage of Judy Garland, Mervyn LeRoy, Hal Roach, Harold Lloyd, Larry Semon, Oliver Hardy, Shirley Temple, Mickey Rooney, Donald Saddler, Buddy Ebsen, Ray Bolger, Margaret Hamilton, W.C. Fields, Jack Paar, Clark Gable, Diana Ross, Michael Jackson, Quincy Jones, Nipsey Russell & Bert Lahr
Passport Intl. color DVD [2/2009] for $12.98
full credits at IMDbwatch [50:23] free online at SnagFilms

"Oz, The Great & Powerful"
[Disney release March 2013]
Announced 4/2010: screenplay by Mitchell Kapner about the backstory of the Wizard; director Sam Raimi
finally signed on 10/2010; Robert Downey, Jr. is no longer set to play the young Wizard, nor is Johnny Depp;
latest candidate is James Franco (2/2011), along with Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz & Mila Kunis (5/2011)
latest info on IMDbofficial movie sitewatch 7/2012 trailer [1:50] at IMDb

"Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return" animated feature film  
[Clarius Ent. May 2014?]
poster for 'Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return' 3-D animated movie  Working title 'Dorothy of Oz'; Dorothy returns to Kansas from Oz to find her hometown destroyed by the tornado and the people moving away. Then she is transported back to Oz to find that that land is in decay and her friends Lion, Tin Man & Scarecrow are missing. Dorothy's new journey teams her with a bossy China Doll, a soldier made of marshmallow, Wiser The Owl, and a Tugboat – against the evil Jester. Directed by Will Finn & Dan St. Pierre; based on the 1989 book; music by Bryan Adams; voice actors include Lea Michele {as Dorothy}, Jim Belushi {as Lion}, Dan Aykroyd {as Scarecrow}, Kelsey Grammer {as Tin Man}, Oliver Platt, Megan Hilty, Hugh Dancy, Patrick Stewart & Martin Short {as Jester}
DVD/Blu-ray not yet available
full credits at IMDbofficial movie sitemovie entry at Wikipedia
watch official trailer [2:21] at YouTube
"Dorothy of Oz" YA novel [1989] by {great grandson} Roger S. Baum
Kindle Edition from Toto Too, Inc. [10/2010] for $2.99
HarperCollins 9x7½ hardcover [10/89] for $20.33
'Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return' video game  
"Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return" video game for 3DS [ages 7 & up; 2014]
Game Mill Ent. video game for Nintendo 3DS [4/2014] for $28.99

"Oz: The Return To Emerald City"  
[planned for release in 2013?]
A 'twisted take' on "The Wizard of Oz" by Josh Olsen; script sold in 2007;
to be produced by Todd McFarlane; latest info on IMDb

"Surrender Dorothy"  
[Warner Bros. for 2013? release]
“Surrender  The great-granddaughter of Dorothy Gale has to find the red slippers to prevent the Wicked Witch of the West from ruling both Oz and Earth. Deal announced May 2010 by Warner; Drew Barrymore's Flower Films will resurrect the 2002 script by Zach Helm
latest info on IMDb

"Oz 3-D" animated feature film in 3-D  
[planned for release in 2013?]
Announced 4/2011: Gigapix Studios picked up the U.S. rights to the Canadian 3-D feature to be animated
at Starz Animation of Toronto; the $20 million picture, based on the classic “Wizard of Oz” book,
will be directed by Starz Animation’s Rob Silvestri • not yet listed on IMDb

"Oz Wars" [Vanguard Films for 2013? release]  
Announced 12/2010: A CGI/stop-motion feature; a contemporary Dorothy and Oz are caught up in
a whirlwind of warrior witches, black magic, martial arts & monsters; to be directed by Mike Johnson;
written by Rob Moreland & Athena Gam • latest info at IMDb

sequel to "Oz, The Great & Powerful"  [Disney 2014?]  
Announced 3/2013: Mitchell Kapner is hired to write a script, which would continue the adventures of Oz, played by James Franco

"Warriors of Oz" cable series  [SyFy Channel 2014?]  
Announced 7/2013: Miniseries following a warrior from present-day Earth who is transported to a post-apocalyptic future Oz where he teams up with
three other warriors - Heartless, Brainless, and Coward - in order to defeat the evil Wizard who has enslaved the land; to be produced by
Universal Cable Productions and exec-produced by creator Timur Bekmambetov • not yet listed at IMDb

"Lost in Oz" animated short [Amazon Studios June 2015]
Lost in Oz animated TV pilot  24-minute animated TV series pilot directed by Paul Stodolny; co-produced & co-written by Abram Makowka and Darin & Jared Mark; voices of Landry Bender {as Dorothy}, Nika Futterman, Jorge Diaz, Chris Cox, Alexander Polinsky, Allison Mack, Stephen Stanton
Amazon Instant Video [6/2015] watch FREE with Amazon Prime
full credits at IMDb


Works  About  L. Frank Baum

Wizard of Oz and Who He Was  "The Wizard of Oz and Who He Was" [orig 1957, rev 1994]
Edited by Martin Gardner & Russel B. Nye

includes a reprint of the 1900 edition of "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" with original W.W. Denslow illustrations; an essay by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Russel B. Nye; a biographical sketch of Baum by Martin Gardner; a bibliography of Baum's many publications; and a new introduction by Maurice Hungiville
Michigan State Univ Press 9x6 pb [12/94] for $21.95

"To Please A Child: A Biography of L. Frank Baum, Royal Historian of Oz" [1961]
by Frank Joslyn Baum & Russell P. MacFall
Reilly & Lee Co. hardcover [1/61] out of print/scarce

"The Real, The True, The GEN-U-INE Wizard of Oz: L. Frank Baum"
[Random House / American School Publrs 1987]
Directed by Margaret Albrecht; written by Eleanor Kulleseid; video/DVD not available; credits from IMDb

The Dreamer of Oz music CD   "The Dreamer of Oz" [N.B.C.-TV/Spelling Ent. Dec 1990]
A sentimental, fictionalized version of Baum's early years, as he wrote & staged & acted in plays and devised the magical Land of Oz. Co-produced & co-written by David Kirschner; directed by Jack Bender; co-written by Richard Matheson; original music by Lee Holdridge; starring John Ritter, Annette O'Toole, Rue McClanahan, David Schramm, Charles Haid, Nancy Lenehan, Courtney Barilla, Nancy Morgan, Pat Skipper, Ed Gale, John Cameron Mitchell, Ryan Todd & Jason Ritter
Percepto soundtrack CD conducted by Lee Holdridge [7/2005] out of prodn/used
video/DVD not available • full credits at IMDb
L. Frank Baum / Royal Historian of Oz  
"L. Frank Baum: Royal Historian of Oz" [ages 9-12; 1992]
by Angelica Shirley Carpenter

Lerner Publns 8½x6 pb [6/93] out of print/used
Lerner Publns 7¾x6¼ library hardcover [1/92] out of print/used
L. Frank Baum biography by Carol Greene  "L. Frank Baum: Author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" [ages 4-8; 1995]
by Carol Greene, illustrated by Steven Dobson

Scholastic Library Children's Press pb [4/95] out of print/used
Scholastic Library Children's Press 9¼x7½ library hardcover [4/95] out of print/used
L. Frank Baum biography by Jill C. Wheeler   "L. Frank Baum" biography [ages 9-12; 1997]
by Jill C. Wheeler

A.B.D.O. 10x8 hardcover [8/97] out of print/used
Oz and Beyond / L. Frank Baum   "Oz and Beyond: The Fantasy World of L. Frank Baum" [1997]
by Michael O. Riley

Univ of KS Press 8½x6¼ pb [10/98] for $15.95
Univ of KS Press 10¾x8½ hardcover [9/97] out of print/used
Oz: The American Fairyland video  "Oz: The American Fairyland" documentary [indep video release June 1997]
Co-directed by Gayle O'Neal & Leonard A. Swann, Jr.; narrated by Lee Lively; interviewees include illustrator Evelyn Copelman, authority Michael Patrick Hearn, granddaughter Ozma Baum Mantele, Oz author Rachel Cosgrove Payes, illustrator Charles Santore, Oz author Jay Scarfone & authority William Stillman
Inner Visions Group color VHS [9/97] out of prodn/scarce
full credits at IMDb
Family of The Wizard   "The Family of The Wizard: The Baums of Syracuse" [1999]
by Susan Ferrara

Xlibris 8½x5½ pb [12/99] for $21.99
Xlibris 9x5½ hardcover [12/99] for $31.99
L. Frank Baum / Creator of Oz   "L. Frank Baum, Creator of Oz: A Biography" [2002]
by Katharine M. Rogers

Da Capo Press 9x6¼ pb [10/2003] for $17.95
library hardcover [undated] for $26.95
St. Martin's Press 9¼x6½ hardcover [10/2002] out of print/many used

"The Wonderful Mother of Oz" [2003] by Sally Roesch Wagner
published by The Matilda Joslyn Gage Foundation; not available on either Amazon or B&N (2008)

The Road To Oz   "The Road To Oz: Twists, Turns, Bumps & Triumphs In The Life of L. Frank Baum" [ages 9-12; 2008] by Kathleen Krull, illustrated by Kevin Hawkes
Knopf Young Readers 11x8¾ hardcover [9/2008] for $14.03
Knopf Young Readers 11x8½ library hardcover [9/2008] for $20.99
Finding Oz / The Great American Story book by Evan I. Schwartz   "Finding Oz: How L. Frank Baum Discovered The Great American Story" [2009]
by Evan I. Schwartz

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 9x6¼ hardcover [4/2009] for $17.08

"The Real Wizard of Oz: The Life and Times of L. Frank Baum" [8/2009] by Rebecca Loncraine


Image  Gallery

color poster for Oz Con Intl.'s Winkie Con 50 in 2014 in San Diego, California         


Oz  Links
"Wizard of Oz' portal at Wikipedia
The International Wizard of Oz Club [est. 1957 by Justin Schiller]
Oz Museum [est. 2004] in Wamego, Kansas
'Museum of Oz' & 4-D Experience at South Carolina State Museum in Columbia, SC
Oz Con Intl.'s Winkie Con [June-July 2017 = #53]

tribute site = geo/Hollywood/Bungalow/2525/ (from Classic Movies Ring 1/M3; ok 7/M3)
2000 exhibit at LibCongress http://www.loc.gov/exhibits/oz/
Eric P. Gjovaag's 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' fansite [est. 1996]
Joe's 'Wizard of Oz' fansite
Big Red Hair's 'The Robots of Oz' fanpage
Halloween Costumes {dot} com [est. 2002] high-quality 'Wizard of Oz' costumes for adults & kids
Halloween Express {dot} com [est. 1990] high-quality 'Wizard of Oz' costumes for adults & kids


"Land of Oz Park™ on Beech Mountain in North Carolina [open 1970-80, reopened recently]
Land of Oz Park™ opened in June 1970, with Debbie Reynolds officiating (accompanied by her then-little-known daughter, Carrie Fisher). Opening day brought in 20,000 visitors, and in its first summer the park had 400,000 visitors. One of the owners died at the age of 50 of bone cancer only six months before the park opened; more tragedy beset the park when a fire destroyed Emerald City and part of the museum collection, including dresses worn by Judy Garland in the 1939 movie. Visitor numbers started to dwindle and finally, after ten years in business, the Land of Oz closed its gates. Local residents tried to protect the property, but arson and vandals and severe weather took a toll. The park was revived a few years ago and is presently open at times during the Summer and Fall, with special accomodations available by appointment (for a fee). The park also holds a two-day festival each year in October.
Land of Oz Park official websitepage on Beech Mountain, NC town website

one of the gates to The Land of Oz™ in North Carolina        paved yellow brick road at The Land of Oz™ in North Carolina

The Land of Oz book by Tim Hollis  "The Land of Oz (Images of Modern America)" [2016]
by Tim Hollis

Kindle Edition from Arcadia Publng [9/2016] for $7.99
Arcadia Publng 9¼x6½ pb [9/2016] for $16.98

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