L. Frank Baum

#TitleYearScore
1Add to wishlist.The Wonderful Wizard of Oz190023.91
2Add to wishlist.Ozma of Oz19078.39
3Add to wishlist.The Patchwork Girl of Oz19136.92
4Add to wishlist.The Marvelous Land of Oz19046.74
5Add to wishlist.The Emerald City of Oz19106.20
6Add to wishlist.The Road to Oz19095.79
7Add to wishlist.The Scarecrow of Oz19155.34
8Add to wishlist.Tik-Tok of Oz19144.70
9Add to wishlist.The Tin Woodman of Oz19184.63
10Add to wishlist.The Lost Princess of Oz19174.38
11Add to wishlist.The Magic of Oz19194.33
12Add to wishlist.Glinda of Oz19204.16
13Add to wishlist.Rinkitink in Oz19163.35
14Add to wishlist.Sky Island19122.45
15Add to wishlist.Little Wizard Stories of Oz19141.73
16Add to wishlist.The Daring Twins19111.50
17Add to wishlist.Dorothy and the Wizard of Oz19081.41

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