Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz Author:L. Frank Baum This is an ex-library book with a pocket on the flyleaf. The upper right corner of the flyleaf has been torn off. There are a couple of library stamps within the book that do not interfere with reading. The top and bottom of the spine have cloth threads showing. The corners are bumped. There is a solid binding with no spine lean. Pages 73-78 hav... more »e small stains on the outer edges. No other marks or stains observed. No water damage. This is not a collectible book but a very sturdy reader's copy with the heavier duty library binding. The cover is bright green with no illustrations.
Chicago: Reilly & Lee, 1908. Dorothy, on the way back to Kansas by train, has stopped to visit Uncle Hugson. While riding with her cousin Zeb in a buggy pulled by old Jim the cart-horse, the sky suddenly darkens and the ground beneath them cracks open dropping them far into the earth, beginning Baum's 4th Oz novel. Illus. by John R Neill.