The sea fairies, p.1
The Sea Fairies, p.1
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Books by L. Frank Baum
Illustrated by John R. Neill
Each book handsomely bound in artistic pictorial cover. $1.25 per volume
THE EMERALD CITY OF OZ
Mr. Baum is the most inventive writer of fairy tales in all the worldto-day. The "Oz" stories teem with favorites new and old, for childrenmiss any old character and immediately demand reinstatement, so, afterlong experience, Mr. Baum brought along the old and created new onesfor each succeeding book, until now "THE EMERALD CITY OF OZ" assemblesmore characters than possibly any other children's book contains.
16 full-page pictures in four colors and green bronze, 100 black-and-white illustrations. Stunning Jacket in four colors and aluminum and green bronze.
THE ROAD TO OZ
Tells how to reach the Magic City of Oz over a road leading throughlands of many colors, peopled with odd characters, and surcharged withadventure suitable for the minds and imaginations of young children.The manufacture represents an entirely new idea--the paper used is ofvarious colors to indicate the several countries traversed by the roadleading to Oz and the Emerald City.
Unique and gorgeous Jacket in colors and gold.
THE LAND OF OZ
An account of the adventures of the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, JackPumpkinhead, the Animated Saw-Horse, the Highly Magnified Woggle-Bug,the Gump and many other delightful characters.
Nearly 150 black-and-white illustrations and sixteen full-page pictures in colors.
OZMA OF OZ
The story tells "more about Dorothy," as well as those famouscharacters, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman and the Cowardly Lion, andsomething of several new creations equally delightful, including Tiktokthe machine man, the Yellow Hen, the Nome King and the Hungry Tiger.
Forty-one full-page colored pictures; twenty-two half pages in color and fifty black-and-white text pictures.
DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ
In this book Dorothy, with Zeb, a little boy friend, and Jim, the CabHorse, are swallowed up in an earthquake and reach a strange vegetableland, whence they escape to the land of Oz, and meet all their oldfriends. Among the new characters are Eureka, Dorothy's Pink Kitten,and the Nine Tiny Piglets.
Gorgeously illustrated with sixteen full color pages and numerous black-and-white pictures.
JOHN DOUGH AND THE CHERUB
A whimsical tale portraying the exciting adventures of the GingerbreadMan and his comrade, Chick the Cherub, in the "Palace of Romance," the"Land of the Mifkets," "Highland and Lowland," and other places.
Forty full-page colored pictures; twenty colored pictorial chapter headings; 100 black-and-white text pictures.
To Judith _of_ Randolph, Massachusetts.]
THE SEA FAIRIES
L. FRANK BAUM
AUTHOR OF THE EMERALD CITY OF OZ, DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ, OZMA OF OZ, THE ROAD TO OZ, THE LAND OF OZ, ETC.
JOHN R. NEILL
CHICAGO THE REILLY & BRITTON CO. PUBLISHERS
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