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Prepare to shed a few pounds in Headland and get all wrapped up in the Box Wood with Randy and Kabumpo and a pair of marooned out-of-this-worlders, Planetty and her fire-breathing steed Thun. Then dare yourself to prospect the dark mines of madness with Gludwig the Glubrious in Nicolai's 2012 short story Gludwig and the Red Hair. This book contains the original, twenty-five page, fully illustrated, short story Gludwig and the Red Hair, written by Adam Nicolai and illustrated by Ardian Hoda. The large 6in by 9in format print version, and all the ebook versions, are complete with every drawing…mehr

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Prepare to shed a few pounds in Headland and get all wrapped up in the Box Wood with Randy and Kabumpo and a pair of marooned out-of-this-worlders, Planetty and her fire-breathing steed Thun. Then dare yourself to prospect the dark mines of madness with Gludwig the Glubrious in Nicolai's 2012 short story Gludwig and the Red Hair. This book contains the original, twenty-five page, fully illustrated, short story Gludwig and the Red Hair, written by Adam Nicolai and illustrated by Ardian Hoda. The large 6in by 9in format print version, and all the ebook versions, are complete with every drawing from the original publication remastered and presented in crisp high-resolution. *Note* This book contains minor content edits that were made to remove or change some distracting and very "non-Oz" words and phrases. The appendix details the changes and also contains the original unedited lines.
Autorenporträt
Ruth Plumly Thompson (1891 - 1976) was an American writer of children's stories, best known for writing many novels placed in Oz, the fictional land of L. Frank Baum's classic children's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz and its sequels. An avid reader of Baum's books and a lifelong children's writer, Thompson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and began her writing career in 1914 when she took a job with the Philadelphia Public Ledger; she wrote a weekly children's column for the newspaper. She had already published her first children's book, The Perhappsy Chaps, and her second, The Princess of Cozytown, was pending publication when William Lee, vice president of Baum's publisher Reilly & Lee, solicited Thompson to continue the Oz series. (Rumors among fans that Thompson was Baum's niece were untrue.) Between 1921 and 1939, she wrote one Oz book a year.