ElishaJ Women's Hoodie MCR Band The Black Parade Black Size L
ElishaJ Women's Hoodie MCR Band The Black Parade Black Size
ElishaJ Quality Hoodie. Relaxed, Comfortable Classic Fit, Hooded Top, Ribbed Sleeve Cuffs And Bottom Hem. Machine Washable. Guaranteed To Keep You Warm And Comfortable This Winter! It Is Sure To Be A Hit, Whether You're Buying It As A Gift For Somebody Special Or Wearing It Yourself. Available In A Wide Variety Of Sizes And Colors - Choose The Size Options From The Drop-down List.Our Design Is Unique In That We Offer It On Pretty Much Any Color Imaginable, On Some Of The Softest, Most Comfortable Hoodies Around.
- Color: Black
- Brand: ElishaJ
- ASIN: B01KHKIBI0
The Patchwork Girl of Oz Version
The Patchwork Girl of Oz
Considered to be one of the best of the Oz books, Frank Baum's Patchwork Girl of Oz is still viewed by many as an incredibly entertaining, fun and simply enchanting children's book, providing us with a closer, more detailed image of the land of Oz and its many magical inhabitants and events. Appreciated even by many who have criticized some of the other Oz books, the Patchwork Girl of Oz focuses on the adventures of Ojo the Unlucky, a munchkin boy on a quest to free two of his peers from the unfortunate consequences of a strange magical invention that had turned them to solid marble. Aided in his efforts by Scraps the Patchwork Girl, Dorothy, the Shaggy Man, the Scarecrow and several other good friends, Ojo faces numerous challenges on his way towards finding the rare but necessary ingredients for a working antidote. Although at the end of 1910, Baum had planned to pursue other works, instead of continuing to write about the land of Oz, at the request of many of his younger readers, he set out to write The Patchwork Girl of Oz three years later. With his engaging and incredibly imaginative writing style still captivating the attention of young children today, Baum's somewhat original and more intriguing approach to the story was quite a novelty at the time. His originality and skill was especially reflected by Scraps the Patchwork girl, a character worthy of recognition among some of Baum's more illustrious creations, such as the Gnome King or Jack Pumpkinhead. Any child who has enjoyed the excitement, mystery and educational stories and adventures from the other Oz books written by Baum will simply love this enchanting tale that transports its readers far deeper into the heart of the make believe fairyland.
- ASIN: 1775421740
The Lost Princess of Oz
The Lost Princess of
Whether you grew up reading L. Frank Baum's amazing books for children, or you'd like to introduce your own kids to the amazing land of Oz, The Lost Princess of Oz is one of the best books you can consider. This enchanting novel is the eleventh canonical Oz book and reintroduces Dorothy and the Wizard as the main protagonists, in their quest to find the lost Princess Ozma. Dorothy now lives in the Emerald City, tending to her friends, as one day she arises from bed to be the first to realize that Princess Ozma is missing. Not only that, but Glinda and the Wizard also realize that their magical tools have mysteriously disappeared. In an attempt to act as quickly as possible, the three devise a plan, and set out to find Ozma and the lost tools, with the help of Betsy Bobbin, Button-Bright and Trot. But will they be successful, and what other adventures await them in the days to come? Baum manages to create a beautiful and colorful story that has captivated the minds of children for several generations, and continues to be smiled upon with amazement by people of all ages today. The story follows a similar path to many of the other Oz books, however, this time Dorothy and her friends have to face the evil Ugu the Shoemaker and the many obstacles he places in their path. Friendship and compassion endures as in many of the other Baum novels; however, the lessons and plot twists included in the Lost Princess of Oz are quite unique in their ingenuity and elegance. The Lost Princess of Oz was dedicated by Baum to the daughter of his youngest son, Kenneth Gage Baum. Ozma Baum, however, was definitely not the only happy child who read this beautiful tale of friendship and magic. Many children from around the world simply love this delightful story and continue using it as a doorway to the f [read more]
- ASIN: 177542734X