The Wonder City of Oz

The Wonder City of Oz

John R. Neill L. Frank Baum / May 30, 2020
The Wonder City of Oz When a girl from New Jersey named Jenny Jump catches a leprechaun she gets half her wish and is turned into half a fairy With a magic eye eight magic fingers and a magic foot Jenny journeys to Oz
  • Title: The Wonder City of Oz
  • Author: John R. Neill L. Frank Baum
  • ISBN: 9780929605074
  • Page: 450
  • Format: Hardcover
  • When a girl from New Jersey named Jenny Jump catches a leprechaun, she gets half her wish and is turned into half a fairy With a magic eye, eight magic fingers, and a magic foot, Jenny journeys to Oz There Jenny turns the Emerald City upside down with her magic turn style, goes flying in the Ozoplane with Jack Pumpkinhead and the Patchwork Girl, saves the Emerald City froWhen a girl from New Jersey named Jenny Jump catches a leprechaun, she gets half her wish and is turned into half a fairy With a magic eye, eight magic fingers, and a magic foot, Jenny journeys to Oz There Jenny turns the Emerald City upside down with her magic turn style, goes flying in the Ozoplane with Jack Pumpkinhead and the Patchwork Girl, saves the Emerald City from Giant Chocolate Soldiers, and runs against Ozma for ruler of Oz The Wonder City of Oz was the first Oz book written and illustrated by John R Neill This facsimile of the 1940 first edition features all of Neill s original text and than 100 black and white drawings.
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      • John R. Neill L. Frank Baum

        John Rea Neill November 12, 1877 September 19, 1943 was a magazine and children s book illustrator primarily known for illustrating than forty stories set in the Land of Oz, including L Frank Baum s, Ruth Plumly Thompson s, and three of his own His pen and ink drawings have become identified almost exclusively with the Oz series He did a great deal of magazine and newspaper illustration work which is not as well known today.

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    1. This is far whackier and crazier than any other version of Oz, and very fun to read about The Oz lection is perhaps the most absurd thing yet in this world.


    2. Well, this book started it all for me, so I give it five stars largely based on nostalgia I found it in one of the many book piles in my home than 40 years ago I suppose I was around seven years old, and for some reason, the book s, crazy, fun house mirror distorted cover drew me in.I read the first line Jenny Jump jumped Before too many pages, Jenny was half fairy The notion of being half fairy who could jump to Oz dazzled me completely I was, from that day forward, hooked on reading.Having ju [...]


    3. This is the 1940 edition of the book The book has a lot of black and white illustrations but what the person who owned the book before has done is to color the illustrations in They haven t done every single one, but they ve done most of them Now that would normally upset me somewhat to buy a book and find out it had been colored in, but in this case it didn t since whoever did the coloring did an excellent job on the illustrations The coloring is not messy and the colors fit the drawings Now, f [...]


    4. nwhytevejournal 2566612mlIt s the thirtieth Oz novel, in the series started long long before by L Frank Baum, but the first by John R Neill It starts with a heroine who herself takes her name from a racist legend of the New Jersey Pennsylvania border, having an encounter with a leprechaun who is as Oirish as they come The happy ending of the book I am not making this up comes when the Wizard of Oz surgically removes any trace of ambition from the heroine, so that she can be a modest and pleasant [...]


    5. Neill was the illustrator of many or the original Oz books My one real complaint is that he continues Ruth Plumly Thompson s error, putting the Winkies on the East and the Munchkins on the West Wrong Flipped from Baum He continues the wordplay and puns so typical of Baum, the villains are villainous, Ozma, Glinda, and Dorothy remain very well behaved without being goody goody, and the new characters are believable in context, though not outside an Oz book The illustrations alone are worth the pr [...]


    6. This book is a mess There are way to many things going on which makes picking up on a plot impossible The main character, Jenny Jump is insanely unlikable This books introduces new concepts to the Oz world that I don t think work very well, like buildings that are alive or the fact that the Wizard of Oz goes around in disguise so people don t recognize him around town There were interesting parts of Wonder City but overall none of those parts came together the way a book should.


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