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A patchwork doll comes to life, and Dorothy, the Tin Woodman, and a host of new characters have enchanting adventures in the Land of Oz.

After a doll made out of a patchwork quilt is brought to life by a magician, she must find a way to break a spell that has turned two victims into motionless statues. A boy, the Patchwork Girl, and Bungle the glass cat go on a mission to find the ingredients for a charm that will transform the people back to life.

Familiar Oz characters and delightful new creatures join in the whimsical adventures that take place in the magical Land of Oz.

(P)2004 Blackstone Audiobooks

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  • Laura
  • 15-06-06

Well done semi-dramatization

This is an unusual hybrid -- an unabridged recording that is dramatized. There is a narrator and different actors for the characters in the book. We thought it was well done and quite entertaining.

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  • Zach Hanks
  • 12-12-20

"Everything is 100% great!" -Wyatt, age 6

"This is one of the best stories I've ever heard in my life." -Wyatt

"My son loved this, like he's loved all the stories in this series. My criticisms: I prefer an American-accented narrator for American literature, and the modern SoCal "dude" accented caricature has no place in a story of and from this era."