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OZ Series

Found in Children’s Middle Grade Books
Emerald City of Oz by L. Frank Baum
Land of Oz by L. Frank Baum
Shout Out for the Fitzgerald-Trouts by Esta Spalding; illustrated by Lee Gatlin

OZ Series : Titles in Order

Book 6
Book 6 of L. Frank Baum’s beloved Oz books

The wicked Nome king, who plots to conquer Oz and enslave its people, prepares to invade the Emerald City just as Dorothy and her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry arrive!

“Oz—where the young stay young and the old grow young forever—these books are for reads of all ages.”—Ray Bradbury

“Who says the Land of Oz is only for the young? Age has nothing to do with it. Oz belongs to the young at heart and always will. All that is needed is an adventuresome spirit and a genuine affection for classic fantasy.”—Terry Brooks, author of The Sword of Shannara

“I was raised with the Oz books, and their enchantment, humor and excitement remain with me. They are still a joy and a treasure. I welcome this Oz revival.”—Stepehen R. Donaldson, author of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant

“The land of Oz has managed to fascinate each new generation. . . . The Oz books continue to exert their spell . . . and those who read [them] are often made what they were not—imaginative, tolerant, alert to wonders, life.”—Gore Vidal, The New York Review of Books
Book 3
The third book in a Dahl-esque middle-grade series by award-winning poet and screenwriter Esta Spalding.

The plucky Fitzgerald-Trout siblings (who live on a tropical island where the grown-ups are useless but the kids can drive) are back! After losing the boat that had become their home, oldest Fitzgerald-Trout, Kim, has put finding a home back on her to-do list. When her sixth-grade history assignment offers a clue about the ruins of a volcanic house built by an explorer on Mount Muldoon, she and her siblings set out to find it.
     The castle they discover surpasses their wildest dreams. But having a permanent home offers more challenges than the Fitzgerald-Trouts expect, especially when they begin to suspect their home is haunted. The siblings must figure out how to fix the cracks in their family foundation before one of them is lost for good.
Book 2
Book 2 of L. Frank Baum’s immortal OZ series 

Young Tip runs away from his guardian, the witch Mombi, taking with him Jack Pumpkinhead and the wooden Saw-Horse, and flees to the Emerald City where he learns the incredible secret of his past.

“Oz—where the young stay young and the old grow young forever—these books are for reads of all ages.”—Ray Bradbury

“Who says the Land of Oz is only for the young? Age has nothing to do with it. Oz belongs to the young at heart and always will. All that is needed is an adventuresome spirit and a genuine affection for classic fantasy.”—Terry Brooks, author of The Sword of Shannara

“I was raised with the Oz books, and their enchantment, humor and excitement remain with me. They are still a joy and a treasure. I welcome this Oz revival.”—Stepehen R. Donaldson, author of The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant

“The land of Oz has managed to fascinate each new generation. . . . The Oz books continue to exert their spell . . . and those who read [them] are often made what they were not—imaginative, tolerant, alert to wonders, life.”—Gore Vidal, The New York Review of Books

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