Frank Baum


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United States writer of children's books (1856-1919)

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Frank Baum, writer of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz novel, its multiple sequels, a series of newspaper comic strips, and a range of promotional tie-in materials such as mock newspapers (see Table 1).
Frank Baum composed two editorials for the Aberdeen Saturday Pioneer newspaper advocating for the extermination of Native Americans.
The name for Oz in the Wizard of Oz was thought up when the creator, Frank Baum, looked at his filing cabinet and saw A-N, and O-Z, hence "Oz.
Frank Baum, the movie begins in black and white with the main character Oscar Diggs at the Baum Family Circus in 1905 Kansas.
Frank Baum classic 'The Wonderful Wizard of Oz' also earned 46.
Five thousand gold coins were made for the film, with the yellow brick road shown on one side and an image of L Frank Baum on the other.
Inspired by the stories of L Frank Baum, The Wizard Of Oz is the stuff of so many childhoods and, aside from the opening of the musical Wicked on Broadway and in the West End, has remained untouched until now.
Frank Baum and carried on through the creative minds of his descendants.
Frank Baum extends the life of his popular children's book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz when he adapts it for the stage, with music by Paul Tietjens and A.
Frank Baum into a life guide for college-bound young adults.
L Frank grindsitout DespitepartownerAlexJames's worrythatthegroundmighthave driedouttoomuchforL Frank Baum in the 2m handicap, the fiveyear-olddispelledanydoubtsby grindingoutvictoryfromSugar Hiccup.
Frank Baum originally published in the periodical, the Delineator.
Lyman Frank Baum, author of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900) and thirteen other Oz books, also wrote many fantasies for children that did not have Oz as a setting.
Frank Baum Discovered the Great American Story," said Baum set out to create a fairy tale that used the traditional "quest" story to teach lessons about wisdom, compassion and courage but eschewed the knights and dragons of European folklore.
1 Glasgow Rangers, 2 November 2002, 3 L Frank Baum, 4 Forgetting Sarah Marshall, 5 Ulrika Jonsson and John Fashanu, 6 Dr Kildare, 7 1984, 8 Holby City, 9 The Chase, 10 Peter Davison