The Patchwork Girl of Oz

By L. Frank Baum; John R. Neill | Go to book overview

THE PATCHWORK GIRL OF OZ

BY L. FRANK BAUM AUTHOR OF THU ROAD TO OZ. DOROTHY AND THE WIZARD IN OZ, THE EMERALD CITY OF OZ. THE LAND Of OZ, OZMA OF OZ, ETC.

ILLUSTRATED BY JOHN R. NEILL

The Reilly & Lee Co Chicago

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 11
  • Prologue 15
  • List of Chapters 17
  • Ojo and Unk Nunkie 19
  • The Crooked Magician 23
  • The Patchwork Girl 35
  • The Glass Cat 47
  • A Terrible Accident 55
  • The Journey 67
  • The Troublesome Phonograph 83
  • The Foolish Owl and the Wise Donkey 91
  • They Meet the Woozy 99
  • Shaggyman to the Rescue 115
  • A Good Friend 127
  • The Giant Porcupine 147
  • Scraps and the Scarecrow 159
  • Ojo Breaks the Law 179
  • Ozma's Prisoner 191
  • Princess Dorothy 203
  • Ozma and Her Friend 215
  • Ojo is Forgiven 223
  • Trouble with the Tottenhots 235
  • The Captive Yoop 255
  • Hip Hopper the Champion 267
  • The Joking Horners 275
  • Peace is Declared 287
  • Ojo Finds the Dark Well 299
  • They Bribe the Lazy Quadling 303
  • The Trick River 311
  • The Tin Woodman Objects 323
  • The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 335
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