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The Patchwork Girl of Oz

The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum
By: (1856-1919)

The Patchwork Girl of Oz by L. Frank Baum is a delightful, whimsical tale that will capture the imagination of readers both young and old. The story follows the adventures of Ojo, a young Munchkin boy, and his companions as they journey through the magical land of Oz in search of the ingredients needed to create a potion that will restore his uncle to his true form.

One of the standout characters in this book is Scraps, the Patchwork Girl herself. With her spunky personality and colorful patchwork design, she adds a lot of humor and charm to the story. The interactions between Scraps and the other characters are entertaining and endearing, making her a lovable and memorable addition to the Oz series.

Throughout the book, Baum weaves a captivating narrative filled with fantastical creatures, enchanting landscapes, and daring escapades. The pacing is brisk, with new challenges and surprises around every corner, keeping readers engaged and eager to see what will happen next.

Overall, The Patchwork Girl of Oz is a delightful addition to the Oz series that will appeal to fans of fantasy and adventure. With its charming characters, engaging plot, and imaginative world-building, this book is sure to enchant readers of all ages.

Book Description:
An unlucky Munchkin boy named Ojo must travel around Oz gathering the ingredients for an antidote to the Liquid of Petrifaction which has turned his beloved uncle Unc Nunkie and the wife of the Liquid's creator into marble statues. Ojo is joined by the patchwork girl Scraps, Dorothy, Dr. Pipt's Glass Cat, the Woozy, the Shaggy Man, the Scarecrow and the Tin Woodman. They eventually visit the Emerald City to ask for help from the Wizard of Oz.

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Reviews (Rated: 4 Stars - 6 reviews)

Reviewer: - November 29, 2015
Subject: ok
chapter 14 and 17 are not clear at all
Reviewer: - November 20, 2015
Subject: Cute Story, Unbearable Readers
The woman that reads chapters 14-17 speaks in such a high pitched voice with so little inflection that it was impossible to listen to those chapters. I had to skip them. Unfortunately one of the following readers who read several chapters is one of the worst readers I've ever heard and is frustrating to listen to. She ends every sentence in a high tone that doesn't match what she's saying so she sounds like a robot or a middle school drama student who hasn't quite figured out how to talk naturally while acting. These two readers pretty much ruined the book for me. I don't mind several readers and all of the others did a fantastic job. I know these are volunteers and I don't expect superb reading, but reading that you can actually listen to would be nice.
Reviewer: - September 3, 2015
should have been only 1 reader. not 2
Reviewer: - February 17, 2014
Subject: Review
Love these books but the French woman who is reading chapters 14, 15, 16 is IMPOSSIBLE to understand! And there should only be 1 narrator per book!
Reviewer: - October 9, 2013
Subject: Poor English Reader in Ch14 to 17
Poor English reader in Ch14 to Ch17.
Reviewer: - August 21, 2013
Subject: OK
Chapters 14-17 arent clear.

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