L. Frank Baum wrote the first American fairy tale with The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. It’s a surprising book that no movie has yet lived up to.

Show Notes

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Here are the links relating to the episode:

This is a link to the podcast Imaginary Worlds that deals with the tale of illustrator William Wallace Denslow.

This page shows the illustrations that William Wallace Denslow did for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.  Delightful.

This is the link to the Oz-Stravaganza, the Oz-themed festival held in L. Frank Baum’s hometown of Chittenango, NY.

15 Wonderful Things You Might Not Know About L. Frank Baum.

This is a Smithsonian Magazine article about L. Frank Baum.  I love their articles.