Grampa in OZ
By Ruth Plumly Thompson; illustrated by John R. Neill; published in 1924 by The Reilly & Lee Co.. Founded on and continues the famous 'Oz' stories by L. Frank Baum. Ruth Plumly Thompson writes: 'This book is all about an old soldier called Grampa, a young Prince, a lost Princess and a weather cock named Bill. I might never have known a thing about them if Dorothy had not been mixed up in the story. But if there is any excitement in Oz, that girl is bound to be in the middle of it, and her adventures with Grampa, Prince Tatters and Bill are the most curious that have happened in a year of Oz days. Really!' Also magnificently illustrated in both black-and-white and color plates that just leap right off the page!