The Royal Magician of Oz Trilogy is a 3 volume tale of magic and wonder that recalls the cherished values of friendship, loyalty and courage. This timeless tale of Oz reminds us of the value of overcoming our deepest fears and conquering the challenges that might otherwise defeat us.

Volume One; Magician of Oz, Volume Two; Shadow Demon of Oz and Volume Three; Family of Oz are now available for your reading enjoyment, as well as The Ozian Adventure of Pickleless & Blu.

The Emerald Slippers of Oz
, featuring an Introduction by Roger S. Baum; great grandson of L. Frank Baum, as well as Tails of Oz are also
available for your reading enjoyment.

The newest adventure in Oz, entitled: Nomes of Oz is now available and fast becoming a best-seller in the Land of Oz.

All are available in both paperback and Kindle.

Monday, May 2, 2011

New Moon Oz, Scarecrow and the Tin-Man

Today is beginning of the New Moon which follows Beltane and so me thinks it be a magical time for Oz and beyond. As preparations begin for Oz-Stravaganza 2011, I want to present for your enjoyment a gift that I recieved the other day.
As many may know, or not (as the case may be), I've gotta thing for auctions. I work at a few as Ringman, I write about auctions and I'm always on the lookout for neat stuff at the auctions (be it Oz or knot).
Anyways, one of the great things about auctions are the people you meet and the friendships you build. It was one of those auction friends who presented me the other day with a book he thought I might like. He said it had a scarecrow and tin man on the front but it wasn't written by Baum. He also mentioned that it was a 1904 book, as best he could tell.

Needless to say, I was thrilled. The Serendipity of Oz seems to be well acquainted with Karma and I am humbled by its power to amaze.
It turns out that this is a very rare and unique book from 1904 and was part of a larger series of children's picture books inspired by both the 1899 Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum and the 1902 stage play based on the aforementioned book.
Over the next few days, I will present the story and images that appear from within. It is a very quaint and pleasant story and the artwork is stunning.

James C. Wallace II
Royal Liaison to Princess Ozma

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