The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum (2012-05-01)

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    1. Exelent lecture pour mon fils de 11 ans. Il c'est vraiment rapidement attaché aux personnages et ne lâche plus se bouquin pour mon plus grand bonheur

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    2. Baum's attempt to end the Oz series with The Emerald City of Oz, lasted for only two years. Countless letters and suggestions on how to contact Oz forced him to write The Patchwork Girl of Oz in 1913. It was followed by one a year until his death. It would be his 7th of 14 Oz Books. He said, "Through the kindness of Dorothy Gale of Kansas humble writer in the United States of America was once appointed Royal Historian of OzBut after making six books about the adventures of those interesting b [...]

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    3. In L. Frank Baum sealed Oz off from the rest of the world, promising in the last chapter that "You will never hear anything more about Oz." He was frustrated at how his Oz books overshadowed all of his other works and wanted to concentrate on books like  and  . Unfortunately, none of his other books ever sold as well as the Oz books and financial pressures, coupled with popular demand, forced him to rethink this decision. The Patchwork Girl of Oz was Baum's first return trip to Oz after [...]

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    4. L. Frank Baum left the readers of his Oz books at a curious point at the end of Book 6 of the series, since Queen Ozma had decided to render the wondrous land invisible, cutting off communication with the outside world. No more stories from Oz, the author explained. But his little readers wouldn't give up eagerly writing their letters, and Baum took pen in hand once again himself, explaining at the beginning of this next book, No. 7, how one reader suggested sending a "wireless telegraph" to Dor [...]

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