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The Lost Princess of Oz电子书

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作       者:Baum, L. Frank

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出版时间:2018-02-01

字       数:24.0万

所属分类: 教育 > 外语 > 实用英语

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It was Dorothy who first discovered it. Dorothy was a little Kansas girl who had come to the Land of Oz to live and had been given a delightful suite of rooms in Ozma's royal palace, just because Ozma loved Dorothy and wanted her to live as near her as possible, so the two girls might be much together.
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CHAPTER 1 There could be no doubt of the fact: Princess Ozma, the lovely girl ruler of

CHAPTER 2 That same morning there was great excitement in the castle of the powerful

CHAPTER 3 One more important theft was reported in the Land of Oz that eventful

CHAPTER 4 The settled parts of the Winkie Country are full of happy and con-

CHAPTER 5 "Really," said Dorothy, looking solemn, "this is very s'prising. We

CHAPTER 6 Next morning, as soon as the sun was up, Glinda flew back to her

CHAPTER 7 The Rolling Prairie was not difficult to travel over, although it

CHAPTER 8 There they sat upon the grass, their heads still swimming from

CHAPTER 9 And now the Patchwork Girl came dancing out of the wall again.

CHAPTER 10 For a while the travelers were constantly losing their direction, for beyond

CHAPTER 11 The Patchwork Girl, who never slept and who could see very well in the

CHAPTER 12 Trot wakened just as the sun rose and, slipping out of the blankets,

CHAPTER 13 It seems a long time since we have heard anything of the Frogman and

CHAPTER 14 Leaving the grove where they had slept, the Frogman and the Cookie

CHAPTER 15 It was a pleasant place to wander in and the two travelers were proceeding

CHAPTER 16 "One Person and one Freak," said the big Lavender Bear, when he had

CHAPTER 17 While the Frogman and his party were advancing from the west,

CHAPTER 18 "Now, then," said the Wizard, "let us talk this matter over and decide

CHAPTER 19 A curious thing about Ugu the Shoemaker was that he didn't suspect,

CHAPTER 20 All that first day after the union of the two parties our friends marched

CHAPTER 21 The Wizard's advice was good, so again they started in the direction of

CHAPTER 22 No sooner were the Wizard of Oz and his followers well within the castle

CHAPTER 23 The delay caused by Scraps had prevented anyone from running to

CHAPTER 24 For several minutes they all stood staring at the black spot on the

CHAPTER 25 "It's funny," said Toto, standing before his friend the Lion and wagging

CHAPTER 26 The gray dove which had once been Ugu the Shoemaker sat on

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