- Author:Joy Childs
- Publisher:Robert Hale Ltd (1984)
- Pages:192 pages
- Subcategory:Genre Fiction
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Childs, Joy. Published by Robert Hale, London, 1984. Book Condition: Near Fine. Condition: Near Fine Hardcover. Greetings! Welcome to ReadInk (pronounced like "Dead Ink"), now in its 20th year of putting interesting books into the hands of interested people. Here, briefly, is what I'm about: Availability. Inventory control at ReadInk is very tight, and "sold" books are promptly removed from my on-line listings.
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Dorothy of Oz is a 1989 children's novel written by L. Baum. The book details Dorothy Gale returning to the Land of Oz when a Jester has been using the wand of the Wicked Witch of the West (which also contained the ghost of the Wicked Witch of the West) to take over the Land of Oz. The book was adapted into a film called Legends of Oz: Dorothy's Return in 2014 by Clarius Entertainment.
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Dorothy Joy Swain, American microbiologist. Certified infection control practitioner. Church school teacher Episcopal Church, Storm Lake, Iowa, since 1980. Member American Association of University Women (treasurer 1988-1990). Swain, Dorothy Joy was born on April 28, 1933 in Ashton, Iowa, United States. Daughter of Joseph Johnathon and Josephine Anna (Miller) Wubbena.
Dorothy sighed and held onto her young son. She was surrendering herself to him entirely, and inside she felt peaceful and calm. For the first time in her life, she felt she was doing something totally righ. o matter what anyone thought
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