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Cowardly Lion of Oz (version 2)

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In "Cowardly Lion of Oz (version 2)" by Ruth Plumly Thompson, readers are once again transported to the magical land of Oz. In this installment, the Cowardly Lion takes center stage as he embarks on a thrilling adventure to reclaim his courage. Along the way, he encounters a host of quirky characters and overcomes seemingly insurmountable obstacles.

Thompson's vivid prose brings the fantastical world of Oz to life, captivating readers with whimsical descriptions and engaging dialogue. The Cowardly Lion's journey of self-discovery is both heartwarming and inspiring, as he learns valuable lessons about bravery and friendship.

The pacing of the story is brisk and engaging, keeping readers hooked from start to finish. Thompson deftly weaves together elements of fantasy, adventure, and humor to create a captivating narrative that will appeal to readers of all ages.

Overall, "Cowardly Lion of Oz (version 2)" is a delightful addition to the Oz series, offering a heartwarming and entertaining tale that is sure to charm both old fans and new readers alike. Thompson's imaginative storytelling and lovable characters make this book a must-read for fans of fantasy and adventure.

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Mustafa of Mudge has heard of the famous Cowardly Lion of Oz, and decides to capture him and put him into a zoo! He enlists the help of Bob Up and a clown called Notta Bit More - the master of disguise! The Cowardly Lion meanwhile travels though Oz and meets a stone man, who offers to turn the Cowardly Lion into stone: after all, a stone lion doesn't feel fear! Is this the solution to the Cowardly Lion's quest for courage? Or is it a trap, and does the stone man want to trick him for reasons of his own? The Cowardly Lion of Oz was published in 1923, and is the seventeenth in the Oz series created by L. Frank Baum. It is the third by Ruth Plumly Thompson, and comes directly after "Kabumpo in Oz". The main themes are disguises, honesty, and being true to who you are.

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