L. Frank Baum

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CNET
Facebook is reinventing art, and maybe consciousness, toois for good, 'E' is for evil Augmented reality might be the latest trend in Si
CNET / Posted 7 days ago
is for good, 'E' is for evil Augmented reality might be the latest trend in Silicon Valley, but it isn't a new concept. L. Frank Baum, author of "The Wizard of Oz," predicted a form of AR in his 1901 novel "The Master Key." In it, the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dorothy was swept off to Oz with a DONKEY in the 1910 silent moviewhen it was released, the Broadway show was inspired by the classic American no
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
when it was released, the Broadway show was inspired by the classic American novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by author L Frank Baum. Its Broadway release was soon followed by several film adaptations, with the 1910 version thought to have been... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
‘Dorothy in Wonderland’ at ACT Theatrethe worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverl
Pleasanton Express / Posted 1 months ago
the worlds of Oz and Wonderland collide in this fantastically fun romp, cleverly and carefully adapted from the works of L. Frank Baum and Lewis Carroll. Dorothy Gale has made her way to the end of the Yellow Brick Road, and the wonderful Wizard... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Author says some ‘Wild Things’ about children’s literatureKid Lit pantheon: Cleary, Margaret Wise Brown, Dr. Seuss, Beatrix Potter, Mauri
The Seattle Times / Posted 1 months ago
Kid Lit pantheon: Cleary, Margaret Wise Brown, Dr. Seuss, Beatrix Potter, Maurice Sendak, E.B. White, Laura Ingalls Wilder, L. Frank Baum, C.S. Lewis. Handy draws a wide line between those he writes about and those he doesn’t; the latter includes... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Headstone of Piqua-born ‘Oz’ author unveiledadventures of Dorothy, the Wizard, the Scarecrow and other characters from the
Dayton Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
adventures of Dorothy, the Wizard, the Scarecrow and other characters from the Land of Oz, who were first introduced by L. Frank Baum. The titles of Snow’s books were “The Shaggy Man of Oz” and “The Magical Mimics of Oz”, according to a release... Read more

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