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  • Lizard of Oz

    R.L. Stine

    Paperback (Scholastic Paperbacks, Sept. 27, 2016)
    Kate Orton loves animals, especially unusual ones. So when she sees a pop-up ad on her computer for an amazing lizard from Australia, she has to have it. The ad says the lizard is actually a kind of chameleon--it can change its color to blend in with its surroundings. But what makes this lizard really strange is that it's a copycat--the ad says it can even change its shape.Kate's parents don't believe all the claims in the ad, but they tell her to go ahead and order it. They tell her not to be disappointed if it's just a plain old lizard. After anxiously checking the mail every day for two weeks, the package finally arrives. But when she finally opens it--there's no lizard inside. There's only an egg with a written warning. Is Katie ready for what's about to hatch?
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  • Lizard of Oz

    R.L. Stine

    eBook (Scholastic Paperbacks, Sept. 27, 2016)
    Kate Orton loves animals, especially unusual ones. So when she sees a pop-up ad on her computer for an amazing lizard from Australia, she has to have it. The ad says the lizard is actually a kind of chameleon--it can change its color to blend in with its surroundings. But what makes this lizard really strange is that it's a copycat--the ad says it can even change its shape.Kate's parents don't believe all the claims in the ad, but they tell her to go ahead and order it. They tell her not to be disappointed if it's just a plain old lizard. After anxiously checking the mail every day for two weeks, the package finally arrives. But when she finally opens it--there's no lizard inside. There's only an egg with a written warning. Is Katie ready for what's about to hatch?
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  • Lizard Of Oz

    R. L. Stine

    Library Binding (Turtleback Books, Sept. 27, 2016)
    FOR USE IN SCHOOLS AND LIBRARIES ONLY. Kate Orton loves animals, especially unusual ones. So when she sees a pop-up ad on her computer for an amazing lizard from Australia, she has to have it. The ad says the lizard is actually a kind of chameleon--it can change its color to blend in with its surroundings. But what makes this lizard really strange is that it's a copycat--the ad says it can even change its shape. Kate's parents don't believe all the claims in the ad, but they tell her to go ahead and order it. They tell her not to be disappointed if it's just a plain old lizard. After anxiously checking the mail every day for two weeks, the package finally arrives. But when she finally opens it--there's no lizard inside. There's only an egg with a written warning. Is Katie ready for what's about to hatch?
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  • Lizard of Oz

    Richard Seltzer

    Paperback (B & R Samizdat Express, Dec. 1, 1974)
    When an elementary class sets out on a quest to save the world form disenchantment, their adventures reveal paradoxes of the human mind and ways of awakening the magic within us.
  • Wizard of Oz

    Rosie Dickins

    Hardcover (Usborne Publishing Ltd, March 15, 2006)
    Wizard of Oz
  • Wizard of Oz

    Maggie Blossom, Asha Pearse, L. Frank Baum

    Hardcover (Flowerpot Press, April 4, 2017)
    You just never know when a twister is going to whisk you off to a magical land of witches, munchkins, and great adventures with new friends. One minute Dorothy and her dog Toto were home in Kansas, and the next they were teaming up with the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, and Scarecrow to save the magical land of Oz from the Wicked Witch. Best of all, they realized how brave, loving, and kind each of their friends are and that no matter how wonderful an adventure may be, there just isn't any place as wonderful as home. This adapted and condensed fully illustrated version of the tale by L. Frank Baum will introduce young readers to the beloved characters from the original and give them a taste of the adventure-filled classic. About the 10 Minute Classics series: The 10 Minute Classics series is a great introduction to classic literature, designed to spark a love for great stories and an openness to the classics as reading skills progress. These short, fully illustrated dust-jacketed picture books introduce key characters, storylines, and settings to engage young readers. A broad range of titles is now available, including: Moby Dick, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, Little Women, and more.
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  • Wizard of Oz

    Big Red Balloon

    language (, Dec. 8, 2013)
    ************#1 Amazon Bestseller************Do you remember the spell that The Wizard of Oz cast over you as a child? Now share the magic with your child... “Can you help me find my way home?” asked Dorothy. But the beautiful witch could not help her. She told Dorothy to follow the yellow brick road. It would lead her to Emerald City where she could ask the great Wizard of Oz for help.Based on the original L. Frank Baum's classic, this newly illustrated picture book is perfect for sharing with pre-and beginning readers. It's full of bright colorful pictures and short enough to hold their attention. This retelling even includes scenes like the giant evil spider and the land of porcelain dolls rarely seen from the original book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Share the magic of The Wizard of Oz with your little munchkin and grab it Today!
  • Wizard of Oz

    Maggie Blossom

    Board book (Flowerpot Press, April 1, 2014)
    You just never know when a twister is going to whisk you off to a magical land of witches, munchkins, and great adventures with new friends. One minute Dorothy and her dog Toto were home in Kansas, and the next they were teaming up with the Cowardly Lion, Tin Man, and Scarecrow to save the magical land of Oz from the Wicked Witch. Best of all, they realized how brave, loving, and kind each of their friends are, and that no matter how wonderful an adventure may be, there just isn't any place as wonderful as home.
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  • Wizard of Oz

    L. Frank Baum

    Mass Market Paperback (Del Rey, July 6, 1986)
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  • Wizard of Oz

    L. Frank Baum, W. W. Denslow, Ned Halley, Barbara Frith

    Hardcover (Collector's Library, Sept. 1, 2013)
    The story of Dorothy and her little dog Toto, who are carried away from Kansas by a cyclone to the wonderful world of Oz is famous the world over. On her journey she meets three companions – the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion –and the three journey to the Emerald City of Oz to ask the Wizard of Oz to give them their hearts’ desires, which in Dorothy’s case is to return home to Kansas. On their way to Oz, and while fulfilling the tasks that the surprising Wizard asks of them, they encounter witches, winged monkeys, the Deadly Desert, fighting trees, and magic shoes.. It was ingeniously illustrated by W. W. Denslow, the great American illustrator and caricaturist who had collaborated with Baum on several of his earlier books. This edition is evocatively illustrated with Denslow’s original illustrations which have been sensitively re-coloured by one of Britain’s leading colourists, Barbara Frith.
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  • Wizard Of Oz

    Rosie Dickens

    Paperback (Usborne Publishing Ltd, Jan. 1, 2012)
    A brilliant read-aloud version of the much-loved classic by L. Frank Baum, sure to capture young imaginations. When Dorothy is whisked off to Oz in a tornado, she lands in a place where nothing is quite as it seems. Can she find the Wizard, defeat the Wicked Witch of the West, and be granted her wish to return to Kansas
  • Wizard of Oz

    Baum

    Hardcover (Sterling, )
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