Oz, the Complete Collection, Volume 3: The Patchwork Girl of Oz; Tik-Tok of Oz; The Scarecrow of Oz

Oz the Complete Collection Volume The Patchwork Girl of Oz Tik Tok of Oz The Scarecrow of Oz A Simon Schuster eBook Simon Schuster has a great book for every reader

  • Title: Oz, the Complete Collection, Volume 3: The Patchwork Girl of Oz; Tik-Tok of Oz; The Scarecrow of Oz
  • Author: L. Frank Baum
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Simon Schuster eBook Simon Schuster has a great book for every reader.

    One thought on “Oz, the Complete Collection, Volume 3: The Patchwork Girl of Oz; Tik-Tok of Oz; The Scarecrow of Oz”

    1. If it were judged by my enjoyment as I read it - 3.5*. However it must be judged for what it is: short stories for children. If I were reading them as a child, or to a child, then they are fantastic as children's books go.

    2. Another collection of 3 fun stories by L. Frank Baum. The Patchwork Girl of Oz introduces some new characters and tosses in some of the familiar ones for a cool story. From the Woozy, Glass Cat, Ojo, and of course the Patchwork Girl, all the characters are great here. Tik-Tok of Oz, along with The Emerald City of Oz, & The Marvelous Land of Oz, are my 3 favorite of the 9 books so far. Queen Ann, Tik-Tok, and Roquat all make returns, with Betsy Bobbins, and Polychrome, and meeting up with The [...]

    3. The Patchwork Girl of Oz: 2.5 stars.I wish I could get into this series, but I just can't. I can see the appeal and how it would be great for kids, but unfortunately that's not me. In the Patchwork Girl of Oz we journey throughout the land of Oz in search for item to complete a potion, only to fail and find out the Wizard could've fixed the problem straight away. At the beginning, I was quite into this story, but towards the end my interest dropped. It's such as shame 'cause I really want to lik [...]

    4. 07. THE PATCHWORK GIRL OF OZNew characters equal fresh ideas as Baum returns to the popular series. This time there is hardly any mention of the characters we have come to know, love and, at times, be iritated by. Instead we have Ojo and Scraps on a journey to break a evil spell.08. TIK-TOK OF OZThis is still a good children's story, but you can see that Baum is starting to get tired and lazy. Characters are both new and old, and on the whole things are interesting and imaginative, but there are [...]

    5. THE PATCHWORK GIRL OF OZThis was my first read-through of The Patchwork Girl of Oz. I really enjoyed it. I liked the new characters though Scraps was a bit annoying with her constant singing. It was nice to see the return of familiar faces. Dorothy is not as much of a brat this time.TIK-TOK OF OZThis was my read-through of Tik-Tok of Oz. I thought it was very good. I liked to read about the Nome king again and his futile attempts to conquer other nations. He’s sort of a laughable buffoon. I li [...]

    6. Nuevamente sentí que la tercer historia era puro relleno para introducir nuevos personajes. Pero en general el libro completo está bueno y me mantuvo entretenido. Lo que si me queda claro es que para L. Frank Baum, ya se agotaron las posibilidades de Oz, y por eso necesita meter constantemente nuevos personajes. Creo que podría explotar muchísimo la tierra de Oz y utilizar los personajes que ya tiene. Es curioso que el tercer libro se llame "El Espantapájaroz de Oz", cuando este personaje a [...]

    7. In the first story Ojo and his uncle Nunkie are getting lonely in their cottage home, where no one else lives near. They head up the mountain to visit the crooked magician before going the the rest of the land of the Munchkins. In the crooked man's cottage, Nunkie and the crooked magician's wife turn into statues accidentally, because a patchwork girl they brought to life startled them. Because of that, Scraps, Ojo, and Bungle headed out to find ingedients for the spell to turn them back. I lear [...]

    8. Another enjoyable piece of the "Oz" story set. I'm realizing that as I continue to read these books, I equally enjoy all of them, but my recall is less than stellar. The stories, are fun, simple children's stories, yet utterly forgettable. I will continue reading, but it's unlikely I'll re-read. Maybe just the first one.

    9. Stories that kept me 6 year old entertained. Often we would sit down to read, "I don't want to read now." But by the time we had read 2 chapters, "No, keep going."

    10. This is a great collection of L. Frank Buam's Land of Oz stories. It is a book to be enjoyed by all ages!

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