Piglet Press: Wizard of Oz Encyclopedia

Piglet Press: Wizard of Oz Encyclopedia A fascinating and detailed site about all aspects of "The Wizard of Oz" -- both the book and movie versions. Explore lengthy lists of characters, places, and unique and magical things, along with audiobook samples and a biographical chronology of the life of L.
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Piglet Press: Wizard of Oz Encyclopedia


A fascinating and detailed site about all aspects of "The Wizard of Oz" -- both the book and movie versions. Explore lengthy lists of characters, places, and unique and magical things, along with audiobook samples and a biographical chronology of the life of L. Frank Baum, Oz's creator.

Piglet Press, Inc.

• Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations • Biographical Information


• High School Middle School Elementary School

Nicholas Rosenfeldt

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