Wizard of Oz Books -online books

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  1. iceni60

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    Hi Iceni
    Yes,those are good books,I've read alot of them.I love the wizard of oz movie--watch it every year-never tire of it :D also have collected all of the mattel porcelin dolls eccept Glinda-if you ever see a link etc.for one that anyone has one to sell ,let me know.I cant find one on ebay or anywhere.
     
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    Yeah Ice!....those are great links! My daughter absolutely loves the WoO Film, and I'm sure that will be a great site for her in years to come.
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    PS. Will keep eyes open Rita!
     
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    I remember once buying a computer magazine and the cover disk contained every Sherlock Holmes story as MP3.

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    What does Sherlock Holmes have to do with Wizard of OZ? Please stay on topic Jimbob....
     
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    Is Sherlock Holmes involved in the Wizard Of OZ story? I don't think so. Obviously Jimbob has not read the Wizard Of OZ story before. :rolleyes:
     
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    was Glinda the fair Godmother? if i ever see a link for her i'll let you know, Rita :)
     
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    the Good Witch? I think?
     
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    i dont want to get in anyone's bad books :( :D but, i think there's a link to the auther of the Sherlock Holmes' books in the second link i gave.

    http://www.literature.org/authors/doyle-arthur-conan/

    last link from above...
    http://www.literature.org/authors/doyle-arthur-conan/hound/

    whether JB knew that, or not, is another question :D

    if you missed it first time round this is the second link from the first post. Arthur Conan Doyle wrote Sherlock Holmes. but, check out some of the other authers :eek: i only just realised how good the link is :)
     
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    Actually it does, supposedly websites or companies need to gain the story owners permission before distributing it on a magazine cover disk or website :D

    Have you?

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    Interesting, you can read books online! :D
     
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    I've read the Wizard of oz story many times when I was a small boy... I know the whole story. :D
     
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    I was in a special needs class when the book came out. Although I'm not anymore, suppose i could see about reading it. Can read ok now.

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    Man, you must be old since these books came out from 1900 to 1910.... And all this time I thought you were a teenager.....
     
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    I mean when it was around, popular and when I was young enough to enjoy such a book.

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    Haha!.......Love it!
     
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    thanks iceni
    She was the good witch,that came down in a bubble to munchkin land when the wicked witch of the west was killed.also helped dorothy and companions along their trip to oz.
     
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    OK thanks, i'll keep a lookout for you :)
     
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    Thanks-she is the only one I havent got in the series,even found the winged monkey--dont know how i missed Glinda,but i never seen her for sale at the time the others came out.
     
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    No,but it's exactly like that but it's a collector porcelin one.This one i have,she was Barbie as Glinda,mostly a toy for kids to play with.The other one was made by mattel also but wasnt the toy one.Thanks so much Iceni for trying,I sure appreciate it!If you ever do see the porcelin one--please let me know ok--thanks again!It looks exactly like the toy--same clothes etc,just a little bigger--not much
     
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