|Statement||by Ruth Plumly Thompson; founded on and continuing the famous Oz stories by L. Frank Baum...illustrated by John R. Neill.|
|Contributions||Baum, L. Frank 1856-1919|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.T372 Lo|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. l., 13-280 p.|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||25017663|
Oz books > Lost King of Oz (c) Old Mombi (from The Land of Oz) is now a cook in the land of Kimbaloo, and one day comes across Pajuka, the former prime minister of Oz, whom she enchanted into a goose years before. She sets out to find Pastoria, the king of Oz, whom she had also enchanted. Mombi, perhaps the wickedest witch in Oz history, sets out to find the legendary Lost King of Oz whom she enchanted many years before. Pajuka the Goose and Snip, a lively Gillikin boy, assist her--while Dorothy wishes her way to California and returns to Oz with a . The Lost King of Oz is the 18th book in the famous Oz Stories by L. Frank Baum and conintued by Ruth Plumly Thompson with illustrations by John R. Neill. Chicago: Reilly & Lee, ca. John R. Neill. Hardcover. Bound in the publisher's original yellow cloth with the spine stamped in black. Dust jacket has chips and tears at the extremities. Some water damage to the back cover and dust jacket. Greene & Hanff, Appendix 2, b p Illustrated in black-and-white by John R. Neill. Very good / very good.
Here is the type of thing I love to find, the Copp Clark (Canadian) first edition of The Lost King of Oz, originally from Justin Schiller’s personal collection! This book was Lot # in the iconic Swann auction of Oz Club founder Schiller’s amazing Oz collection. What’s more, it comes with a hand written . 30 rows Prince Tatters of Ragbag and Grampa, a former soldier, set out to search for King Fumbo's . The Lost King of Oz: Publisher: The Reilly & Lee Co., Edition: First Edition, Later Issue: Binding: Hardcover: ISBN: No ISBN: Size: Octavo (standard book size) Book ID: End date: The Lost King of Oz -by Ruth Plumly Thompson, Founded on and Continuing the Famous OZ Stories By L Frank Baum (1st Canadian Edition / Copp, Clark, ) Thompson, Ruth Plumly (related - Baum, L. Frank [ Lyman ]aka: Edith Van Dyne Schuyler Staunton / Suzanne Metcalf / Capt. Hugh Fitzgerald / John Estes Cook / Laura Bancroft / Floyd Akers).
Book 19—Mysteries in Oz: The Lost King of Oz Book 20— Gender in Fairyland: The Hungry Tiger of Oz Book 21— How Not to Use a Magic Belt: The Gnome King of Oz. The Royal Book of Oz–originally attributed to L. Frank Baum (): Reilly & Lee Kabumpo in Oz (): Reilly & Lee The Cowardly Lion of Oz (): Reilly & Lee Grampa in Oz (): Reilly & Lee The Lost King of Oz (): Reilly & Lee The Hungry Tiger of Oz (): Reilly & Lee The Gnome King of Oz (): Reilly & Lee. In which Mombi, perhaps the wickedest witch in Oz history, sets out to find the legendary Lost King of OZ whom she enchanted many years before. Pajuka the Goose, and Snip, a lively Gillikin boy, assist her—while Dorothy wishes her way to California and returns to Oz with a motion picture stunt dummy costumed as a king/5. Mombi, an evil witch, searches for the lost king of Oz in hopes of forcing Ozma to give up her throne.