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e-Book The Giant Garden of Oz download

e-Book The Giant Garden of Oz download

by Eric Shanower

ISBN: 0929605225
ISBN13: 978-0929605227
Language: English
Publisher: Books of Wonder (June 1, 1993)
Pages: 188
Category: Gardening and Landscape Design
Subategory: Home and Hobby

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The Giant Garden of Oz is a novel written and illustrated by Eric Shanower, first published in 1993 by Emerald City Press, a division of Books of Wonder.

The Giant Garden of Oz is a novel written and illustrated by Eric Shanower, first published in 1993 by Emerald City Press, a division of Books of Wonder. As its title indicates, the novel is a volume in the ever-growing literature on the Land of Oz, written by L. Frank Baum and many successors. Temporally, Shanower places his novel at the end of the twentieth century; he takes up the story of Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, the surrogate parents of Dorothy Gale

Adventures In Oz Volume 1. Eric Shanower. Shanower's illustrations are amazing, although some readers might be disturbed at the idea of Dorothy dressing herself in bed sheets after she grows out of her clothes.

Adventures In Oz Volume 1. Sadly, his writing is a bit more mundane. It's a great idea that introduces some fun new characters, but stylistically the writing is weak.

Start by marking The Giant Garden of Oz as Want to ReadĀ .

Start by marking The Giant Garden of Oz as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Quite aside from all of the more conscious elements of a modern story, Shanower also turns in a mystery that builds interest over an appreciable series of chapters, without the fussy, quirky "whistle-stop tour of Oz" episodes that everybody thinks typify a Baum Oz book but were more often central to Ruth Plumly Thompson's.

Author and artist of five Oz graphic novels, Shanower is an Eisner Award recipient whose additions to the Oz canon are cherished by Emerald City enthusiasts. Kids Adventures & Detectives Fantasy Young Adult. One fee. Stacks of books.

Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. Forty striking black-and-white pictures illustrate this enchanting addition to the Oz canon by Eric Shanower. Author and artist of five Oz graphic novels, Shanower is an Eisner Award recipient whose additions to the Oz canon are cherished by Emerald City enthusiasts. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. Temporally, Shanower places his novel at the end of the twentieth century; he takes up the story of Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, the surrogate parents of Dorothy Gale

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In his sixth Oz book, The Emerald City of Oz, Baum had brought the two characters from the mundane world of Kansas to the Emerald City, where they enjoyed a blissful retirement. At the start of The Giant Garden of Oz, the couple, "after eighty-some years of a life of luxury," have decided to return to farming. Inhabitants of Oz do not age, unless they want t. They have acquired a small farm in the Munchkin Country; with magical aids designed by the Wizard of Oz, their farm labor is much less demanding than in the Kansas of their past

Eric Shanower At the start of The Giant Garden of Oz, the couple, "after eighty-some years of a life of luxury," have decided to return to farming.

Temporally, Shanower places his novel at the end of the twentieth century; he takes up the story of Uncle Henry and Aunt Em, the surrogate parents of Dorothy Gale. In his sixth Oz book, The Emerald City of Oz, Baum had brought the two characters from the mundane world of Kansas to the Emerald City, where they enjoyed a blissful retirement. Books related to The Giant Garden of Oz. You are in the United States store. Skip this list. A Christmas Carol - Charles Dickens. The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum.

Eric James Shanower is an American cartoonist, best known for his Oz novels and comics and the ongoing retelling of theĀ .

Eric James Shanower is an American cartoonist, best known for his Oz novels and comics and the ongoing retelling of the Trojan War as Age of Bronze. The fictional Land of Oz is a magical country first introduced in the classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). Lyman Frank Baum was an American author chiefly famous for his children's books, particularly The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and its sequels.

When the vegetables in Uncle Henry and Aunt Em's garden grow unusually large, Dorothy discovers that the laziness of a nasty old witch named Old Magda is the cause and sets out to get things back to normal
Comments:
Goktilar
As fans of L. Frank Baum's Oz books know, Dorothy not only returned to Oz but eventually brought her Uncle Henry and Aunt Em back to live there. Now they have a little farm miles from the Emerald City, but one night when Dorothy stops to visit the farm isn't little anymore -- overnight everything growing in the garden grows to immense size. With an also growing Henry and Em trapped in their home Dorothy has to find her way through the giant garden for help, but things get even worse when the unfriendly cause of this calamity appears.

Shanower's illustrations are amazing, although some readers might be disturbed at the idea of Dorothy dressing herself in bed sheets after she grows out of her clothes. Sadly, his writing is a bit more mundane. It's a great idea that introduces some fun new characters, but stylistically the writing is weak. Just the same, it's fun seeing our old friends from Oz in a new adventure.

Pedora
Illustrations and text are delightful and especially so for people who love Baum and John R Neill

Winasana
This is a book about the time that Dorothy went to visit her Aunt Em and Uncle Henry. They finally got their new farm from Ozma, after 70 years. On Dorothy's first night there, the garden grows to gigantic proportions and she has to go find help. It takes a day of traveling and losing both Toto and Billina in the garden for her to get out. She finds a house that had been torn apart, with huge holes in a garden, once filled with giant veggies? She meets a new friend along the way, Imogene the cow, who can give milk, or cream , or skimm milk, or others, depending on her mood. What will happen? Will Dorothy get to the Emerald City in time to save her family? And what will happen to Toto and Billina? And what does a cow have to do with the story line? Find out by reading this terrific book!

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