REVIEW: Scarecrow of Oz


Title: Scarecrow of Oz
Author: L. Frank Baum
Finished: December 5, 2009
Pages: 288
Published: 1915
Format: Hardback

The ninth book in the Oz series, another which does not really focus on the title character, Scarecrow, but more on Cap’n Bill and Trot who journey through Oz, are captured and rescued by the Scarecrow.

I also enjoyed this one very much. I’m loving Dorothy gaining new friends to play with in the Emerald City. I look forward to continuing the journey and finishing out the series next year.

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

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