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Oz Series

The Oz books form a book series that begins with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and relate the fictional history of the Land of Oz. It was created by author L. Frank Baum, who went on to write fourteen full-length Oz books.


Books in the Oz series:

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900)

Whirled away on a cyclone, Dorothy is set down in the Land of Oz and must find her way home with the help of the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and a pair of ruby slippers.

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Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): W. W. Denslow

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The New Wizard of Oz (1903)

Bobbs-Merrill Co. took over publication of the first Oz book in 1903 and retitled it to distinguish it from the first edition.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): W. W. Denslow

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The Marvelous Land of Oz (1904)

In this first sequel to The Wizard of Oz, young Tip journeys to the Emerald City and discovers his true identity. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Woggle-Bug Book (1905)

First appearing in The Land of Oz, the Woggle-Bug starred in a newspaper Sunday supplement, and a musical comedy. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Ike Morgan

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John Dough and the Cherub (1906)

John Dough, a living gingerbread man and Chick the Cherub, an incubator baby, have a series of adventures in the borderlands of Oz. Baum added a mystery by not revealing whether Chick was a boy or a girl, as Gene Stratton-Porter was to do with Scout in The Keeper of the Bees in 1925. While not written as an Oz book, the characters appear in The Road to Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Ozma of Oz (1907)

Dorothy is shipwrecked and washes up on the shore of the Land of Ev where she is shortly joined by Ozma who has come to set the Queen of Ev and her children free from the Nome King.

Read for free online at Internet Archive.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (1908)

Dorothy is precipitated into the bowels of the earth by a California earthquake along with her friend Zeb, a farm boy, Eureka the kitten and Jim the cab-horse. She meets the Wizard and they make their way to Oz after many adventures. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Road to Oz (1909)

In one of the most exciting volumes in the Oz series, Dorothy meets the Shaggy Man and along with Button Bright and Polychrome, the Rainbow’s daughter, makes her way to Oz. Johnny Dooit helps them cross the Deadly Desert and John R. Neill’s illustrations are some of his best. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Emerald City of Oz (1910)

Aunt Em and Uncle Henry have joined Dorothy in Oz. While they are enjoying a tour of their new home, the evil Nome King is tunneling under the Deadly Desert in his scheme to conquer the Emerald City. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Sea Fairies (1911)

Cap'n Bill and Trot visit the mermaids in their watery realm. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Sky Island (1912)

Trot and Cap’n Bill meet Button Bright and Polychrome, the Rainbow’s daughter, on their trip to Sky Island. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Cowardly Lion and the Hungry Tiger (1913)

The Cowardly Lion and Hungry Tiger decide to test their virtue and pass. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Jack Pumpkinhead and the Sawhorse (1913)

Jack Pumpkinhead and his friend the Wooden Sawhorse rescue two children lost in the woods. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Little Dorothy and Toto (1913)

Dorothy and Toto are exploring the further recesses of Oz when they meet a miniature giant. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The New Wizard of Oz (1913)

This was a cheaper reprint edition. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): W. W. Denslow

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Ozma and the Little Wizard (1913)

Ozma and the Wizard are traveling through her realm and are assaulted by three imps. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1913)

Ojo the Unlucky travels to the Emerald City along with the Patchwork Girl and the Glass Cat to free his Unc Nunkie from a magic spell. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman (1913)

The Scarecrow and Tin Woodman have a boating accident and are aided by a flock of mischievous crows and the Wizard. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Little Wizard Stories of Oz (1914)

Six short stores about favorite denizens of the fairyland of Oz. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Tik-Tok of Oz (1914)

Betsy Bobbin and Hank the Mule are shipwrecked on the shores of the Nonestic Ocean. They meet the Shaggy Man, discover Tik-Tok the mechanical man and help defeat Queen Ann Soforth and her army of conquest among many other adventures. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Magic Cloak (1916)

This Snuggle Tale contains an abridgment of Queen Zixi of Ix among other tales. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill
Et al

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Rinkitink in Oz (1916)

When the pearl pirates capture the people of Pingaree, it is up to the King of neighboring Rinkitink, his talking goat, Bilbil, and the young prince Inga of Pingaree to rescue them. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Yellow Hen and Other Stories (1916)

A collection of stories, including some set in Oz, with a single color illustration.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill
Et al

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Jack Pumpkinhead (1917)

This "Snuggle Tale" is a separate reprinting of the first few chapters of The Marvelous Land of Oz.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Julia Dyar Hardy
John R. Neill
Et al

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The Lost Princess of Oz (1917)

Ozma is missing and with her all the magic treasures of Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Tin Woodman of Oz (1918)

The Tin Woodman joined by his old companion the Scarecrow and young Woot the Wanderer sets out to see what became of his old love Nimmie Amee. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Magic of Oz (1919)

The Magic of Oz relates the unsuccessful attempt of the Munchkin boy Kiki Aru and the former Nome King Ruggedo to conquer Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Glinda of Oz (1920)

Princess Ozma and Dorothy travel to an obscure corner of the Land of Oz, in order to prevent a war between the Skeezers and the Flatheads and find themselves imprisoned on the Skeezers’ glass-covered island, which has been magically submerged to the bottom of its lake. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Jack Pumpkinhead (1920)

This "Oz-Man Tale" is the second reprinting of the first few chapters of The Marvelous Land of Oz.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Julia Dyar Hardy
John R. Neill
Et al

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The Magic Cloak (1920)

This is the Oz-Man edition of the original Snuggle Tale and contains an abridgment of Queen Zixi of Ix among other tales. It has four color plates instead of one. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill
Et al

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The Yellow Hen and Other Stories (1920)

This is the Oz-Man edition of a collection of short stories, some of which are set in Oz. It has four color illustrations.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill
Et al

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The Royal Book of Oz (1921)

In search of his family tree the Scarecrow tumbles down through the earth to the Silver Islands. Is he really the Emperor, Chang Wang Woe? Originally credited to L. Frank Baum, The Royal Book of Oz was actually written by the young Ruth Plumly Thompson, who went on to write a total of nineteen Oz books. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Kabumpo in Oz (1922)

Prince Pompa and his friend Kabumpo the elephant must save Ozma and her fairy kingdom from Ruggedo, the wicked gnome king. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Cowardly Lion of Oz (1923)

The Cowardly Lion is called on to rescue his friends from the wicked king of the Mudgers. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Grampa in Oz (1924)

Prince Tatters and Grampa set out to find King Fumbo’s head, save the kingdom from bankruptcy and find a suitable Princess. With the help of Dorothy and Bill, an iron weathercock, they succeed. Read online.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Lost King of Oz (1925)

Ozma’s father, King Pastoria is rescued from an enchantment and we see the last of the evil witch Mombi.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Hungry Tiger of Oz (1926)

The Hungry Tiger of Oz (1926) is the twentieth in the series of Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and his successors, and the sixth written by Ruth Plumly Thompson. It was Illustrated by John R. Neill. Betsy Bobbin and Carter Green, the vegetable man escape from Rash with Prince Evered with the help of the Hungry Tiger.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Gnome King of Oz (1927)

Unsuspectingly, Peter, a boy from Philadelphia, assists the wicked Gnome King in escaping from the island where he has been banished and who is now determined to reclaim his former kingdom and ravage Oz.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Giant Horse of Oz (1928)

The Ozure Isles are still under a spell cast by the evil witch Mombi who set a fire-breathing monster to keep them prisoner. Prince Philador sets out to break the enchantment and rescue Trot, who has been taken captive by the monster.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Jack Pumpkinhead of Oz (1929)

Peter from Philadelphia and Jack Pumpkinhead set out for the Emerald City but end up in the Quadling Country.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Yellow Knight of Oz (1930)

Sir Hokus of Pokes goes questing with the comfortable camel. When Speedy returns to Oz they join forces and do battle with the Sultan of Samandra.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Pirates in Oz (1931)

Peter joins Captain Salt and King Ato to oppose Ruggedo, the former Gnome King who tries again to conquer Oz.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Purple Prince of Oz (1932)

Prince Randy of Regalia is rescued from being dipped in the purple well by Kabumpo, the Elegant Elephant, and they in turn must rescue the royal family.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Ojo in Oz (1933)

Ojo and Snufferbux, a dancing bear, join Realbad and his gang to free the frozen Crystal City from the Blue Dragon.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Speedy in Oz (1934)

Legendary Umbrella Island flies magically through the air - until it careens smack into the forehead of an extremely unpleasant giant. Meanwhile, Speed - the New York lad - is making a soaring trip skyward himself, propelled by an erupting geyser and encased in Terrybubble, the jolly, living skeleton of a huge dinosaur. It’s soon up to Speedy to save the Princess of Umbrella Island from bothe the demands of Loxo the Giant and the warring countries of Roaraway and Norroway.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Wishing Horse of Oz (1935)

King Skamperoo and Chalk, the Wishing Horse set out to conquer the Land of Oz and only Dorothy and Pigasus, the flying pig stand in their way.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Captain Salt in Oz (1936)

Captain Salt, former pirate, now Royal Explorer of Oz, sets out to explore the Nonestic Ocean.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Handy Mandy in Oz (1937)

Handy Mandy in Oz (1937) is the thirty-first of the Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and his successors, and the seventeenth written by Ruth Plumly Thompson. It was illustrated by John R. Neill. Handy Mandy is propelled to the Land of Oz by an exploding geyser. Her seven hands astonish the Keretarians. She joins Nox the Royal Oz to search for the lost King Kerry.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Silver Princess in Oz (1938)

King Randy of Regalia and Kabumpo the Elegant Elephant go adventuring in the Land of Oz.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Ozoplaning with the Wizard of Oz (1939)

The Wizard of Oz is showing off his new Ozoplanes when the Soldier with the Green Whiskers accidentally takes off with the Tin Man and Jellia Jamb. When they land on the floating island of Stratovania, the adventures begin.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Wonder City of Oz (1940)

Jenny Jump catches a leprechaun and wishes to be made a fairy, but gets only half her wish. She jumps to the Emerald City where she sets up a Style Shop and runs against Ozma to become ruler of Oz.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Scalawagons of Oz (1941)

The Scalawagons of Oz (1941) is the thirty-fifth in the series of Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and continued by his successors. It is the second volume in the series both written and illustrated by John R. Neill.

Jenny Jump and Number Nine save the Scalawagons when the Bell-snickle sends them off flying over the Deadly Desert.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Lucky Bucky in Oz (1942)

Lucky Bucky and the Wooden Whale have a series of adventures in the Nonestic Ocean on their way to the Emerald City.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The New Wizard of Oz (1944)

This edition contains a new set of illustrations. The dust jacket is from a later issue, not in Bienvenue.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Evelyn Copelman

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The Magical Mimics in Oz (1946)

Taking advantage of the temporary absence of Ozma and Glinda, the Magical Mimics attempt to conquer Oz.

Author(s): Jack Snow
Illustrator(s): Frank Kramer

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The Hidden Valley of Oz (1951)

The Hidden Valley of Oz (1951) is the thirty-ninth in the series of Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and his successors. It was written by Rachel R. Cosgrove and illustrated by Dirk Gringhuis. Jam, a boy from Ohio flies to the Gillikin Country in a giant kite. There he teams up with Dorothy and her companions to defeat an evil giant.

Author(s): Rachel R. Cosgrove
Illustrator(s): Dirk Gringhuis

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Who’s Who in Oz (1954)

This is a brief guide to all the Oz characters with their first appearances noted. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): Jack Snow
Illustrator(s): Dirk Gringhuis
Frank Kramer
John R. Neill

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The New Wizard of Oz (1956)

A later less expensive edition with the new illustrations by Copelman.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Evelyn Copelman

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The Wizard of Oz (1956)

When the copyright expired, Reilly & Lee were finally able to add an edition of the first Oz book to their list. This edition has new illustrations by Dale Ulrey. The jacket is by Dick Martin.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin
Dale Ulrey

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The Tin Woodman of Oz (1959)

The Tin Woodman visits his old stamping grounds with his friend the Scarecrow to see what became of his former fiancee Nimmie Amee. This edition has new illustrations despite the dust jacket copy.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Dale Ulrey

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The New Wizard of Oz (1960)

This is the Junior Deluxe edition.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Leonard Weisgard

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The Visitors from Oz (1960)

Some of the friends of Dorothy from Oz decide to visit her on her birthday, but have trouble finding her home in Kansas.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Jean Kellogg
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1960)

Whirled away on a cyclone, Dorothy is set down in the Land of Oz and must find her way home with the help of the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and a pair of ruby slippers. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): W. W. Denslow

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The Marvelous Land of Oz (1961)

Tip runs away from the evil witch Mombi when she threatens to turn him into a marble statue. He takes along Jack Pumpkinhead and the powder of life and they journey to the Emerald City. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Merry Go Round in Oz (1963)

Robin, an orphan from Oregon rides a magic merry-go-round horse to Oz and helps restore the people of the kingdom of Halidom to health.

Author(s): Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Lauren McGraw Wagner
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin

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Yankee in Oz (1972)

Tompy, a prep school drummer is blown to Oz by a hurricane where he meets the first American dog in space, a bull terrier named Yankee. They are soon swept up in the affairs of Oz and help rescue a kidnapped princess.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin

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John Dough and the Cherub (1974)

John Dough, a living gingerbread man and Chick the Cherub, an incubator baby, have a series of adventures in the borderlands of Oz. Baum added a mystery by not revealing whether Chick was a boy or a girl, as Gene Stratton-Porter was to do with Scout in The Keeper of the Bees in 1925. While not written as an Oz book, the characters appear in The Road to Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Enchanted Island of Oz (1976)

David wishes a camel could talk -- and it does! They embark on a tour of magic kingdoms, ending up in the Emerald City.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin

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The Woggle-Bug Book (1982)

First appearing in The Land of Oz, the Woggle-Bug starred in a Sunday newspaper page and a stage musical. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Ike Morgan

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1982)

Whirled away on a cyclone, Dorothy is set down in the Land of Oz and must find her way home with the help of the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and a pair of ruby slippers.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (1984)

Dorothy is precipitated into the bowels of the earth by a California earthquake along with her friend Zeb, a farm boy, Eureka the kitten and Jim the cab-horse. She meets the Wizard and they make their way to Oz after many adventures.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

Details »

Little Wizard Stories of Oz (1985)

Six short stores about favorite denizens of the fairyland of Oz. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Marvelous Land of Oz (1985)

Tip runs away from the evil witch Mombi when she threatens to turn him into a marble statue. He takes along Jack Pumpinhead and the powder of life as he journeys to the Emerald City of Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Ozma of Oz (1985)

Dorothy returns to Oz, but first she has to rescue Ozma and her friends from the evil Gnome King. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Road to Oz (1986)

In one of the most exciting volumes in the Oz series, Dorothy meets the Shaggy Man and along with Button Bright and Polychrome, the Rainbow’s daughter, makes her way to Oz. Johnny Dooit helps them cross the Deadly Desert and John R. Neill’s illustrations are some of his best. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Third Book of Oz (1986)

This book was originally a Sunday supplement printed in many newspapers. It served as the basis for Visitors from Oz.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Eric Shanower

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The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1987)

Whirled away on a cyclone, Dorothy is set down in the Land of Oz and must find her way home with the help of the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and a pair of ruby slippers. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): W. W. Denslow

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The Sea Fairies (1988)

Trot and Cap’n Bill visit the undersea kingdom of the mermaids. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Sky Island (1988)

Trot and Cap’n Bill meet Button Bright and Polychrome, the Rainbow’s daughter, on their visit to Sky Island. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Who’s Who in Oz (1988)

This is a brief guide to all the Oz characters with their first appearances noted. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): Jack Snow
Illustrator(s): Dirk Gringhuis
Frank Kramer
John R. Neill

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Ozma of Oz (1989)

Dorothy returns to Oz, but first she has to rescue Ozma and her friends from the evil Gnome King. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Captain Salt in Oz (1990)

Captain Salt, former pirate, now the Royal Explorer of Oz sets out to explore the Nonestic Ocean.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (1990)

Dorothy is precipitated into the bowels of the earth by a California earthquake along with her friend Zeb, a farm boy, Eureka the kitten and Jim the cab-horse. She meets the Wizard and they make their way to Oz after many adventures.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

Details »

The Magical Mimics in Oz (1990)

Taking advantage of the temporary absence of Ozma and Glinda, the Magical Mimics attempt to conquer Oz.

Author(s): Jack Snow
Illustrator(s): Frank Kramer

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Merry Go Round in Oz (1990)

Robin, an orphan from Oregon rides a magic merry-go-round horse to Oz and helps restore the people of the kingdom of Halidom to health.

Author(s): Eloise Jarvis McGraw
Lauren Lynn McGraw
Illustrator(s): Dick Martin

Details »

Ozoplaning with the Wizard of Oz (1990)

The Wizard of Oz is showing off his new Ozoplanes when the Soldier with the Green Whiskers accidentally takes off with the Tin Man and Jellia Jamb. When they land on the floating island of Stratovania, the adventures begin.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

Details »

The Scalawagons of Oz (1990)

Jenny Jump and Number Nine save the Scalawagons when the Bell-snickle sends them off flying over the Deadly Desert.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Shaggy Man of Oz (1990)

Twins Twink and Tom step through their TV onto Conjo’s island where the meet the Shaggy Man who has come to have the Love Magnet repaired. Escaping from Conjo’s evil spells, they make their way to Oz with the help of the King of the Fairy Beavers.

Author(s): Jack Snow
Illustrator(s): Frank Kramer

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The Silver Princess in Oz (1990)

King Randy of Regalia and Kabumpo the Elegant Elephant go adventuring in the Land of Oz.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Wishing Horse of Oz (1990)

King Skamperoo and Chalk, the Wishing Horse set out to conquer the Land of Oz and only Dorothy and Pigasus, the flying pig stand in their way.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

Details »

The Wonder City of Oz (1990)

Jenny Jump catches a leprechaun and wishes to be made a fairy, but gets only half her wish. She jumps to the Emerald City where she sets up a Style Shop and runs against Ozma to become ruler of Oz.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Hidden Valley of Oz (1991)

The Hidden Valley of Oz (1951) is the thirty-ninth in the series of Oz books created by L. Frank Baum and his successors. It was written by Rachel R. Cosgrove and illustrated by Dirk Gringhuis. Jam, a boy from Ohio flies to the Gillikin Country in a giant kite. There he teams up with Dorothy and her companions to defeat an evil giant.

Author(s): Rachel R. Cosgrove
Illustrator(s): Dirk Gringhuis

Details »

The Road to Oz (1991)

In one of the most exciting volumes in the Oz series, Dorothy meets the Shaggy Man and along with Button Bright and Polychrome, the Rainbow’s daughter, makes her way to Oz. Johnny Dooit helps them cross the Deadly Desert and John R. Neill’s illustrations are some of his best. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Lucky Bucky in Oz (1992)

Lucky Bucky and the Wooden Whale have a series of adventures in the Nonestic Ocean on their way to the Emerald City.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Emerald City of Oz (1993)

Aunt Em and Uncle Henry have joined Dorothy in Oz. While they are enjoying a tour of their new home, the evil Nome King is tunneling under the Deadly Desert in his scheme to conquer the Emerald City. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Wicked Witch of Oz (1993)

Singra, the wicked witch of the South, wakes from a hundred year nap and immediately sets out to conquer Oz. Only Dorothy and Percy the giant white rat stand in her way.

Author(s): Rachel Cosgrove Payes
Illustrator(s): Eric Shanower

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Little Wizard Stories of Oz (1994)

Six short stores about favorite denizens of the fairyland of Oz. For this edition the colored pictures were selected from several different copies in order to get a set with good register. The scan, however is from the first edition. Read online at gutenberg.org.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Patchwork Girl of Oz (1995)

Ojo the Unlucky travels to the Emerald City along with the Patchwork Girl and the Glass Cat to free his Unc Nunkie from a magic spell. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Runaway in Oz (1995)

Scraps, the Patchwork Girl, decides to run away from home and ends up in the Wogglebug’s Castle in the Air.

Author(s): John R. Neill
Illustrator(s): Eric Shanower

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Tik-Tok of Oz (1996)

Betsy Bobbin and Hank the Mule are shipwrecked on the shores of the Nonestic Ocean. They meet the Shaggy Man, discover Tik-Tok the mechanical man and help defeat Queen Ann Soforth and her army of conquest among many other adventures. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Royal Book of Oz (1997)

In search of his family tree the Scarecrow tumbles down through the earth to the Silver Islands. Is he really the Emperor, Chang Wang Woe? Originally credited to L. Frank Baum, The Royal Book of Oz was actually written by the young Ruth Plumly Thompson, who went on to write a total of nineteen Oz books. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Scarecrow of Oz (1997)

Trot and Cap’n Bill are joined by Button Bright and find their way to the Land of Oz. The first scan is incomplete but does have most of the color illustrations. Read online at Archive.org. Or at Hathitrust, although their scan lacks the color illustrations.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Kabumpo in Oz (1998)

Prince Pompa and his friend Kabumpo the elephant must save Ozma and her fairy kingdom from Ruggedo, the wicked gnome king. Read online at archive.org.

Author(s): Ruth Plumly Thompson
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Lost Princess of Oz (1998)

Ozma is missing and with her all the magic treasures of Oz. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Rinkitink in Oz (1998)

When the pearl pirates capture the people of Pingaree, it is up to the King of neighboring Rinkitink, his talking goat, Bilbil, and the young prince Inga of Pingaree to rescue them. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Magic of Oz (1999)

This is the thirteenth Land of Oz book written by L. Frank Baum. Published on June 7, 1919, one month after the author’s death, The Magic of Oz relates the unsuccessful attempt of the Munchkin boy Kiki Aru and former Nome King Ruggedo to conquer Oz.

The novel was dedicated to “the Children of our Soldiers, the Americans and their Allies, with unmeasured Pride and Affection.”

Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Tin Woodman of Oz (1999)

The Tin Woodman joined by his old companion the Scarecrow and young Woot the Wanderer sets out to see what became of his old love Nimmie Amee. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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Glinda of Oz (2000)

Princess Ozma and Dorothy travel to an obscure corner of the Land of Oz, in order to prevent a war between the Skeezers and the Flatheads and find themselves imprisoned on the Skeezers’ glass-covered island, which has been magically submerged to the bottom of its lake. Read online at Hathitrust.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): John R. Neill

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The Wizard of Oz (2000)

Dorothy and her little dog Toto are carried to the Land of Oz in a cyclone. The have many adventures as they look for a way home.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Illustrator(s): Michael Hague

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King Rinkitink (2017)

When the pearl pirates capture the people of Pingaree, it is up to the King of neighboring Rinkitink, his talking goat, Bilbil, and the young prince Inga of Pingaree to rescue them. This version attempts to restore Baum's original denoument.

Author(s): L. Frank Baum
Andrew J. Heller
Illustrator(s): Javi Laparra
John R. Neill

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