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#10: Rinkitink in Oz

We're pleased to announce we have published the 10th book in the Wizard of Oz series: Rinkitink in Oz. It includes all of the original illustrations (over 110, some in color) by John R. Neill. DRM-free.


From the Editor’s Preface:

"...Baum had initially written an unpublished fairy tale in 1905 entitled King Rinkitink. The manuscript was tucked away for over a decade until Baum decided in 1916 to repurpose it for one of his annual Oz books, redrafting the ending to bring in characters from the other Oz books to close the story.

Though some readers may consider Rinkitink less of an "Oz" story — almost the entire book takes place outside of Oz, and Oz characters are conveniently brought in at the eleventh hour to end on an Ozzy note — it remains a noteworthy edition to the series. On its own merits, Rinkitink is one of the most inventive and exciting stories Baum ever wrote…"

Available at:
Amazon: http://amzn.com/B00BQ0TOFU
Amazon UK: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Rinkitink-in.../dp/B00BQ0TOFU
Barnes & Noble: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/rink...=2940016351049
Kobo: http://www.kobobooks.com/ebook/Rinki...HLQ/page1.html

One note about images – Since our books are DRM-free, you can buy them at either of these 3 stores and convert them (if necessary) to read on any device. However, most of our kindle versions have larger versions of some illustrations. This is because both nook and kobo cut off parts of images that don’t fit the screen, rather than what the kindle does, which is shrinking images to fit the screen. So if you are reading on a basic nook or kobo, we do not recommend buying the Amazon/kindle version. On the other hand, if you are reading on a kindle, or on a large-screen device such as the apps for iPad or PC or a large tablet, we do recommend the kindle version so that you get the larger images.
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