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The Wizard of Oz #2020

The Wizard of Oz Dorothy and her dog Toto are whisked to the magical land of Oz where they meet the Tin Woodsman the Scarecrow and the Cowardly Lion Mike Cavallaro transforms L Frank Baum s world of Oz into a mang

  • Title: The Wizard of Oz
  • Author: Mike Cavallaro L. Frank Baum
  • ISBN: 9780142404713
  • Page: 422
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Wizard of Oz By Mike Cavallaro L. Frank Baum, Dorothy and her dog, Toto, are whisked to the magical land of Oz where they meet the Tin Woodsman, the Scarecrow, and the Cowardly Lion Mike Cavallaro transforms L Frank Baum s world of Oz into a manga influenced graphic novel.

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    1 thought on “The Wizard of Oz

    1. This wasn t terrible The adaptation of this classic tale was very interesting, but changing significant trademark items in my opinion is silly and a waste Although I did like how the graphics were animated in Oz than the few from Kansas because it still holds that iconic change over that the film had held when Dorothy passes from the black and white world of Kansas to the colorful Oz I did really enjoy how Dorothy s quest to kill the Wicked Witch of the West from just going through the woods an [...]

    2. The Wizard of Oz by Mike Caplivor, features a new way of fantasy Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado s path and somehow end up in the land of Oz Here,she meets some memorable friends and foes in her journey to meet the Wizard of Oz Who everyone says can help her return home and possibly grant her new friends their goals of a brain, heart and courage This book was truly great because of the life lessons taught in this book.Dorothy lives on a farm in Kansas until a cyclone arrives, an [...]

    3. In this book The Wizard Of Oz by Mike Cavallaro, Dorthy chases her dog Toto back in the house There is a huge cyclone is comeing and Dorthy has to hurry But it s to late, by the time Dorthy reaches Toto they are already flying in the air by the cyclone Dorthy and Toto don t know what is going on at all When they landed safely, on the ground, they were in a whole different country,when Dorthy s house landed it landed on the wicked witch of the west Dorthy and Toto have to go on a long journy if t [...]

    4. I always enjoy seeing stories told across different media From the old 1939 musical movie to the books to the newer Oz movie and the 80s cartoon series, and now this graphic novel Most people are so familiar with the classic movie that anything that differs from it seems sacrilege to them This graphic novel was very entertaining and kept to the spirit of the original book It wasn t complicated or splashy The drawing was stylized and may take some readers a bit to get used to, but I think it give [...]

    5. May 2008 Teale, Kim, Boerman Book Links article in a series of graphic novel versions of classics that Puffin produced other titles of possible interest to elementary school students include Black Beauty and Treasure Island Cavallaro s retelling in graphic form is faithful to the original plot His black and white drawings contain lots of action and detail, making Baum s book come alive in interesting ways and they also have a contemporary look jeans, sunglasses, and even a buzz saw that the Tin [...]

    6. This was graphic novel number two of my graphic novel extravaganza this past weekend I have been a fan of The Wizard of Oz since I was a kid I have read L Frank Baum s novel at least a dozen times in my life, and I love adaptations of the novel This was OK The art was alright It would have been nice if it were in color It was reasonably close to the source material I would really advise people to skip the graphic novel and jut read the original book.

    7. I love Oz I like graphic novels I like Oz graphic novelsI hope this gets some kids who like graphic novels to check out of the Oz series Cool that the artist went back to the original source and didn t base it so much on the movie the witch has her magic cap and sends out the wolves and bees before the monkeys, etc There are a few updates The silver slippers now look like monk strap Doc Martens but nothing too jarring The art is ok.

    8. I cannot believe how excited some of my kids were to read this The updates are interesting and I personally didn t like them that much I LOVED THE OZ BOOKS growing up , but they are easy access and a gateway book Huzzah, indeed.

    9. Graphic Novel I have never read a graphic novel before this one and I chose it because of the familiar story It was a little odd getting used to the format, but I think that it was done in a way that will be sure to get children interested in classics.

    10. Not bad for the graphic novel of a classic Not too kiddie and the art was pretty good Stuck to the storyline well Wasn t just a rip off of the movie.

    11. I really enjoyed reading this book because of the imagination written on the pages The adventures that take place in the book are very entertaining I love it

    12. its not that different from the movie but there is characters like flying monkeys etc.But in my opinion this graphic novel is a lot better then the movie

    13. a very quick read my son took only a hour to read it very simplified text but does encompass much of the book

    14. Like the actual book better this is closer to the movie version It s an ok update but it lacks some of the iconic images and ideas.

    15. I think that kids will like this version The animations are great for the targeted audience ages 9 to 12 It has a silly sense of humor I recommended for your classroom library grades 4 6.

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