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The Emerald Wand of Oz

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Subject: The Wicked Witch of Oz, Trouble Under Oz, Adventures in Oz, Oogaboo, The Wishing Horse of Oz
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The Emerald Wand of Oz

The Emerald Wand of Oz
Author Sherwood Smith
Illustrator William Stout
Cover artist William Stout
Country United States
Language English
Series The Oz books
Genre Children's novel Fantasy
Publisher HarperCollins
Publication date
2005
Media type print (Hardcover)
Pages 272 pp.
ISBN
OCLC 56955898
LC Class PZ7.S65933 Em 2005
Preceded by The Wicked Witch of Oz
Followed by Trouble Under Oz

The Emerald Wand of Oz is a 2005 book by Sherwood Smith and is a continuation of the Oz series that was started by L. Frank Baum in 1900 and continued by his many successors.The book is illustrated by William Stout and published by Harper Collins.

The novel concerns two relatives of Dorothy Gale, Em and Dory, who find themselves in Oz just as Bastinda, a new Wicked Witch of the West, threatens the citizens of Oz.

The Emerald Wand of Oz is the 46th book in the series and the first of four Oz novels that have been commissioned by the Baum Family Trust. It is followed by Trouble Under Oz and Sky Pirates of Oz, all by Sherwood Smith.

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