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Grampa in Oz Book 18

Return to the wonderful Oz Book Epub #181 world of Oz in which King Fumbo of Ragbad loses his head in a storm and Prince Tatters accompanied by the wise and wonderful old soldier Grampa sets off to find the king'. This one kind of annoyed me For one thing it was all boys except for stupid Urtha the flower fairy who did nothing but follow along sprout flowers be transformed and be sometimes cheerful and cheering and sometimes frightened Very little agency zero interesting activity I mean at one point she asks Grampa what she should do to help and he says Just be your lovely little self and stay whewre we can see you Why just to look at you makes me feel like a conuering army with banners flying Infuriating And this time the romance did bother me because she had so little personality that it was totally clear that Tat

Free download · PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ê Ruth Plumly Thompson

S head a fortune and a princessWith Bill Grampa in Epuba live iron weathercock they visit a Wizard's Garden and discover Urtha a lovely girl made all of flowers and proceed to fall swim explode sail and fly above. Pretty lame Oz book The author in an effort to make the Oz series her own creates her own characters but neglects the characters that L Frank Baum created the ones the readers really care about The main problem is that the characters she has created are so similar to Baum s characters that they don t seem worth the effort except for all the exhausting puns We already have a sailor with a peg leg why give us a soldier with a game leg it s literally hollow with a game set inside Based on the titles of subseuent Oz books by this author I think either the publishers directed the author or the author figured

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And below Oz and Ev Grampa and Co eventually meet Dorothy herself traveling with a Forgetful in Oz Book MOBI #244 Poet in search of the missing princess of Perhaps City who has been condemned to marry a monster.. This follows a theme similar to Kabumpo the young down and out prince and his aged guardian searching for a lost princess lots of adventures leading to a surprise ending Thompson s writing style is not as charming as Baum s and in this book she seems to be trying to make up for it with far too many puns inserted in the narrative many of which will be lost on modern readers the Tubbies living on Monday Mountain for example is only funny if you realize that in the old days Monday was Wash Day interesting hillbilly parody though Still as with all of the Oz books so far Elijah enjoyed it and I enjoyed reading

  • Paperback
  • 240
  • Grampa in Oz Book 18
  • Ruth Plumly Thompson
  • English
  • 07 December 2017
  • 9780345315878

About the Author: Ruth Plumly Thompson

An avid reader of Oz Book Epub µ Baum's books and a lifelong children's writer Thompson was born in Philadelphia Pennsylvania and began her writing career in when she took a job with the Philadelphia Public Ledger; she wrote a weekly children's column for the newspaper She Grampa in Epub / had already published her first children's book The Perhappsy Chaps and her second The Princess of Cozytown was pending publicati.



6 thoughts on “Grampa in Oz Book 18

  1. says:

    This one kind of annoyed me For one thing it was all boys except for stupid Urtha the flower fairy who did nothing but follow along sprout flowers be transformed and be sometimes cheerful and cheering and sometimes frightened Very little agency zero interesting activity I mean at one point she asks Grampa what she should do to help and he

  2. says:

    Pretty lame Oz book The author in an effort to make the Oz series her own creates her own characters but neglects the characters that

  3. says:

    This follows a theme similar to Kabumpo the young down and out prince and his aged guardian searching for a lost princess lots of adventures leading to a surprise ending Thompson's writing style is not as charming as Baum's and in this book

  4. says:

    Thompson seems to have decided that she wants her own characters for the Oz books and only throws in Dorothy and company for effect almost as an afterthought This didn't read like an Oz book though it did have the usual dry puns you'd expect and the bluff surprises were pretty obvious if you're paying attention

  5. says:

    Founded on and Continuing The Famous Oz Stories by Frank L Baum

  6. says:

    Nowhere close to the charm magic and inventiveness of the originals These books should not be considered Oz canon

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