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Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. The Books • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. (Illustrated by W.W. Denslow) • The Marvelous Land of Oz. • Ozma of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Road to Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Emerald City of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Tik-Tok of Oz. • The Scarecrow of Oz. • Rinkitink in Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Lost Princess of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Tin Woodman of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Magic of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Glinda of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Little Wizard Stories of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill)


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Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. Ebook specifically formatted for kindle devices and tested with all Kindle 5 way navigation functions and Kindle table of contents button. Ebook comes with main table of contents and interlinked sub table of contents. Each chapter is clearly marked so user knows which book within the boxset is being read. The Books • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. (Illustrated by W.W. Denslow) • The Marvelous Land of Oz. • Ozma of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Road to Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Emerald City of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Patchwork Girl of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Tik-Tok of Oz. • The Scarecrow of Oz. • Rinkitink in Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Lost Princess of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Tin Woodman of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • The Magic of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Glinda of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill) • Little Wizard Stories of Oz (Illustrated by John R. Neill)

30 review for OZ The Complete Collection (Classics Book 11)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bronwyn

    This is the complete collection of oz books by Frank L baum, and is a good collection to read it you enjoyed the wizard of oz and want to know what happened after the wizard of oz and what became of Dorothy and her friends

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  3. 5 out of 5

    Kacy

    I have read these books aloud to my sons and I have to say these are some of my favorite stories! I would love to own the collection as a whole to give them when they are adults so they may read to their children.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  6. 5 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  7. 4 out of 5

    Lynn

    I would love this set! I read at least 7 of these when I was in elementary school, but I would love to re-read them and complete the set! This would be a great set to have for our kids as well. :)

  8. 5 out of 5

    Nicole Silva

    Such a wonderful collection. I have read these stories to my sister and they love it.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Carol

    I've read all of these books as a child and I would love to own the entire collection so I may share it with my nephew and niece. I've read all of these books as a child and I would love to own the entire collection so I may share it with my nephew and niece.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  11. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    I only read the first book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". The differences from the movie were fascinating, but the story is ultimately very similar. Some interesting differences: In the original story, Oz is not a dream Dorothy has; it's a real place that has been untouched by "civilisation". Subsequently all the pre-Oz stories in the film were not in the book (about the farmhands, Ms Gulch, the fortune teller, etc.) Also, the witch's shoes are silver. And Glinda only comes in at the very end. ** A I only read the first book "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz". The differences from the movie were fascinating, but the story is ultimately very similar. Some interesting differences: In the original story, Oz is not a dream Dorothy has; it's a real place that has been untouched by "civilisation". Subsequently all the pre-Oz stories in the film were not in the book (about the farmhands, Ms Gulch, the fortune teller, etc.) Also, the witch's shoes are silver. And Glinda only comes in at the very end. ** A very, VERY compact edition of all 15 Oz books. Pages are divided down the centre for more writing space and the font is titchy. Not the prettiest edition ever.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I love these books. They were some of my favorites growing up. Some of them definitely more so than others, but all are worth a read. Some are almost a little disturbing if you think about it too hard, (a woman with interchangeable heads that wants to add to her collection? Didn't bother me as a kid but in retrospect kind of creepy) but they're all a lovely shade of nonsense. So much wonder and magic. A must read. I love these books. They were some of my favorites growing up. Some of them definitely more so than others, but all are worth a read. Some are almost a little disturbing if you think about it too hard, (a woman with interchangeable heads that wants to add to her collection? Didn't bother me as a kid but in retrospect kind of creepy) but they're all a lovely shade of nonsense. So much wonder and magic. A must read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  14. 4 out of 5

    Jess the Shelf-Declared Bibliophile

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  15. 4 out of 5

    Mark

    Started to read this as a break between books in the Inspector Morse series. Definitely not stressful reading and oddly still relevant to the times. Very similar to the Grimm stories, Baum should be on the title page for more than one short story published in the last decade. Not a critical complaint as I love expanding on situations and alternative tale creating. I loved the way each character has a different and distinct personality yet still retaining the child glee of funny problems. Mix kid Started to read this as a break between books in the Inspector Morse series. Definitely not stressful reading and oddly still relevant to the times. Very similar to the Grimm stories, Baum should be on the title page for more than one short story published in the last decade. Not a critical complaint as I love expanding on situations and alternative tale creating. I loved the way each character has a different and distinct personality yet still retaining the child glee of funny problems. Mix kids mischief and exploring new things together lead the reader down the path of a moral teaching and learning for the good of all in Oz. This provides an opportunity to explore actions and results for events with your own children and help explain the role played in their own little group of people. On a deeper level, the characters have their own gifts that makes them special and important in the land of Oz. Much easier to get the point across to listeners with trouble fitting that traditional normal personality.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Summer Scheiner

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The last book I read was The Wizard of Oz, by Frank Baum. In this book, Dorothy wakes up in a strange land after a cyclone hit Kansas. When she gets advice to get home, she meets different characters who are looking for something they need, so they join her. These characters are scarecrow, Tin Man, The Cowardly Lion, and her dog Toto. On this journey they face dangers getting to their destination, but in the end they all find what they are looking for in the Emerald City. The only problem is Dor The last book I read was The Wizard of Oz, by Frank Baum. In this book, Dorothy wakes up in a strange land after a cyclone hit Kansas. When she gets advice to get home, she meets different characters who are looking for something they need, so they join her. These characters are scarecrow, Tin Man, The Cowardly Lion, and her dog Toto. On this journey they face dangers getting to their destination, but in the end they all find what they are looking for in the Emerald City. The only problem is Dorothy is stuck without a way togethome.Sotheytavel to meet the Witch of the West who can tell her. In the end, her shoes are able to carry Dorothy and Toto back to Kansas. Since they book is a little old, there were some things that seemed odd. Such as the type of characters in the book. The characters they met were interesting, but fascinating at the same time! Like how there were humans that spoke made of glass and could speak easily. Also how each different city was represented by a different color. The most interesting to me was the characters that had no arms and jumped out at you! They seemed to be the most creative. The only thing I would change is how Dorothy got home. I would have had her go with Oz on the air balloon and have some other twist on there way. I think anyway who likes illustrations and fun themes would like this book. Also anyone who likes to see different characters and themes.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    This book is about a girl named Dorothy. She did not have many friend, just her imagination. She lived on a farm in Kansas with her aunt and uncle. One day she wanted to wonder out forgetting about the twister warning. There was a huge twister that swept Dorothy and her house up and landed in the munchkin land. Her house lands on the Wicked, Witch of the East. She meets the munchkins, Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. She wants to go back home so she goes on a journey on the yell This book is about a girl named Dorothy. She did not have many friend, just her imagination. She lived on a farm in Kansas with her aunt and uncle. One day she wanted to wonder out forgetting about the twister warning. There was a huge twister that swept Dorothy and her house up and landed in the munchkin land. Her house lands on the Wicked, Witch of the East. She meets the munchkins, Glinda the Good and the Wicked Witch of the West. She wants to go back home so she goes on a journey on the yellow brick road to find a heart for the tin man, a brain for the scarecrow and courage for the cowardly lion. I have always wanted to read this book because I have just recently seen Wicked. I have watch the movie a lot and I wanted to see if the book would be any different. In my opinion the movie is better because it shows a better picture but I enjoyed the book as well. It was a great story to read.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Starry

    5 stars for The Wizard of Oz, 3 stars for the rest of the books. I think everyone who wants to read these books imagines reading a beautiful, vintage edition, rather than this which screams cheap "university text book" and is largely unattractive. On the other hand, some of the 15 books aren't worth spending too much money on as they don't live up to how great the first one is. I didn't appreciate the author pulling the old switcheroo on Dorothy. In the first book she is well spoken - in the rest 5 stars for The Wizard of Oz, 3 stars for the rest of the books. I think everyone who wants to read these books imagines reading a beautiful, vintage edition, rather than this which screams cheap "university text book" and is largely unattractive. On the other hand, some of the 15 books aren't worth spending too much money on as they don't live up to how great the first one is. I didn't appreciate the author pulling the old switcheroo on Dorothy. In the first book she is well spoken - in the rest her speech is utterly changed. I didn't like seeing her chop the starts and ends off her words and didn't find that believable at all. Not 'spectable at all. (respectable, apparently)

  19. 4 out of 5

    Jadie

    Wow, finally finally done. Were these amazing books? No. Did I get a better sense of Baum, as a (children's) author, by the end? Absolutely. His opinions on a multitude of subjects ranging from higher education to wealth accumulation to what it means to be a decent person are not-so-subtly scattered throughout all of these books. Perhaps it is more subtle if you're a child. :) Everything is a fast read, and while I would not say that each of the stories is repetitive necessarily, they are not gri Wow, finally finally done. Were these amazing books? No. Did I get a better sense of Baum, as a (children's) author, by the end? Absolutely. His opinions on a multitude of subjects ranging from higher education to wealth accumulation to what it means to be a decent person are not-so-subtly scattered throughout all of these books. Perhaps it is more subtle if you're a child. :) Everything is a fast read, and while I would not say that each of the stories is repetitive necessarily, they are not gripping. I would say read the first 3 and maybe Rinkitink in Oz (one of my favorites) and skip the rest, though many people argue that The Patchwork Girl of Oz is one of the best.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Melba

    Finally found the collection I bought, so I just added it as having read (so I wouldn't have to add each one individually). This has been an amazing journey, back through the Land Of Oz, that I remember well from my childhood. These are some of my favorite books, and I am happy that I found the collection to buy. I do wish it was illustrated, but at least I can read the series over & over again now. Finally found the collection I bought, so I just added it as having read (so I wouldn't have to add each one individually). This has been an amazing journey, back through the Land Of Oz, that I remember well from my childhood. These are some of my favorite books, and I am happy that I found the collection to buy. I do wish it was illustrated, but at least I can read the series over & over again now.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ross

    The first book was all right, however, as the stories passed, the characters became kind of mean and unreasonable, it made me dislike them. It may have to do with the fact that the times were just different, or that Baum wanted to stop writing these stories after the first couple, but they were too long and tedious at times.

  22. 5 out of 5

    DAVID GARRETT

    Amazing world of Oz. I read all 14 books, and they were all fantastic in their own ways. I love the inventive characters and feel good storytelling style. I enjoyed these better than any movie or tv adaption, far better than I expected. I am sorry its over but I'll be sure to read them again!! Amazing world of Oz. I read all 14 books, and they were all fantastic in their own ways. I love the inventive characters and feel good storytelling style. I enjoyed these better than any movie or tv adaption, far better than I expected. I am sorry its over but I'll be sure to read them again!!

  23. 4 out of 5

    Keri

    I was never into the movie Wizard of Oz but I read every single one of these books in my younger days- also the ones not written by Baum himself. There was a particularly memorable rainy Saturday that I read one from start to finish. I wish I could remember which one, but all I remember is the coziness, enjoyment and satisfaction of getting lost in the book all day.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Sheila

    It's been years since I read any of the Oz books and I found this edition that has ALL of them in one! Thanks Erin! This book took quite a while to get through--after all, it WAS 15 in 1! It was nice, though, to be able to read all the Oz books in order and one after another. It's been years since I read any of the Oz books and I found this edition that has ALL of them in one! Thanks Erin! This book took quite a while to get through--after all, it WAS 15 in 1! It was nice, though, to be able to read all the Oz books in order and one after another.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jason Case

    i READ THESE BOOKS INDIVIDUALLY, IN HARD COPY. My grandmother had kept them forever. They were published in the late 1800s and to my eternal regret I read them to pieces. I still have the books but they are in rough shape.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    There is always more to the book than the movies, but am blown away by the word play and multiple-layered ideas. It's a must read for all Abt half way through these books, buy have to take a breather cause am not doing anything but reading There is always more to the book than the movies, but am blown away by the word play and multiple-layered ideas. It's a must read for all Abt half way through these books, buy have to take a breather cause am not doing anything but reading

  27. 4 out of 5

    Nanci L.

    I've read mabe 3 or 4 of this series and they are just 'scrumptious' and very satisfying. Gives much more insight on the original characters and little Dorothy. Well written and highly enjoyable. I am just taking my time with them all. I've read mabe 3 or 4 of this series and they are just 'scrumptious' and very satisfying. Gives much more insight on the original characters and little Dorothy. Well written and highly enjoyable. I am just taking my time with them all.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Renee

    I LOVED all of the Oz books, except for The Patchwork Girl was a bit of a bore. Dorothy's adventures rocked, and the friends she makes are oh so cool. I LOVED all of the Oz books, except for The Patchwork Girl was a bit of a bore. Dorothy's adventures rocked, and the friends she makes are oh so cool.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Brien

    I got a little tired of Dorothy and all the coincidences.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    These books kept me entertained through a big chunk of my childhood. They are timeless and I think every child should get the chance to read and visit the wonderful land of Oz!

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