REVIEW: The Patchwork Girl of Oz


_large_isbn978068_9780688133542-lTitle: The Patchwork Girl of Oz
Author: L. Frank Baum
Finished: November 9, 2009
Pages: 340
Published: 1913

This was one of my favorites next to the  first two books. The Patchwork Girl of Oz is about a magician who makes a potion for his wife to turn her patchwork girl alive so she can be their servant. They are met by a munchkin and his uncle are in need of food and stop at the house.

But not all goes as planned and the uncle and wife are turned to glass, forcing Ojo the munchkin, the patchwork girl and others to travel around the land of oz in search of the ingredients for a magic potion that will bring them back to life.

It was a quick and easy read, very fun.

*challenges: 100+ challenge, a visit to oz challenge, 999×2 challenge, monthly mixer mele

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