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Dorothy tries to rescue the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow from the giantess who has changed them into a tin owl and a teddy bear; and is using them for playthings.
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By: L. Frank Baum
King Rinkitink was so pleased with the Island of Pingaree, that he continued his stay day after day and week after week, eating good dinners; talking with King Kitticut and sleeping. Once in a while he would read from his scroll, and said he, "Whenever I return home, my subjects will be anxious to know whether I have learned how to be good, and I must not disappoint them."
This is the story of the wonderful adventures of a young boy named Tip, and how he and his friends thwart the wicked plans of the evil witch, Mombi and overcome the rebellion of General Jinjur and her young women's army.
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