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The Runaway in Oz #2020

The Runaway in Oz Here is Neill s long lost fourth Oz book finally published to the joy of Oz fans everywhere When Scraps the Patchwork Girl of Oz gets angry and decides to run away from home she lands in on predica

  • Title: The Runaway in Oz
  • Author: John R. Neill
  • ISBN: 9780929605395
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Runaway in Oz By John R. Neill, Here is Neill s long lost fourth Oz book finally published to the joy of Oz fans everywhere When Scraps, the Patchwork Girl of Oz, gets angry and decides to run away from home, she lands in on predicament after another, setting the Wogglebug Castle in the Air adrift, angering Fanny the Weathe Witch, and causing her friends all kinds of worry Befriended by Popla, theHere is Neill s long lost fourth Oz book finally published to the joy of Oz fans everywhere When Scraps, the Patchwork Girl of Oz, gets angry and decides to run away from home, she lands in on predicament after another, setting the Wogglebug Castle in the Air adrift, angering Fanny the Weathe Witch, and causing her friends all kinds of worry Befriended by Popla, the world s strongest Pow Plant, and a runaway student named Alexampl Scraps adventures take her to new heights as she sai over Oz in the Castle in the Air But, will th runaway Patchwork Girl ever return to Oz With over 100 high spirited black and white illustrations by today s most popular Oz artist, Eric Shanowe

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    1. When John R Neill died in 1943 after writing three Oz books, the manuscript of this book was left without illustrations and unpublished Preserved by Neill s family for over 50 years, Eric Shanower finally editing it and provided his own marvelous black and white drawings to bring it to press At the time of his death, Neill had illustrated all but the first Oz book and his illustrations have come to define the people and land of Oz to generations of readers Shanower s illustrations follow in Neil [...]

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