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“Every road leads somewhere, or there wouldn’t be any road.”
The Road to Oz, 1909

Find out where the yellow brick road leads Dorothy and her friends by solving this gorgeously designed collage of imagery from L. Frank Baum’s classic tale. Cleverly packaged in a book-like box, this shelf-friendly puzzle is perfect for families to work on together.
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“Every road leads somewhere, or there wouldn’t be any road.”
The Road to Oz, 1909

Find out where the yellow brick road leads Dorothy and her friends by solving this gorgeously designed collage of imagery from L. Frank Baum’s classic tale. Cleverly packaged in a book-like box, this shelf-friendly puzzle is perfect for families to work on together.
Product Details
Slide Bound
Published: February 10, 2009
Publisher: Crown Publishing Group
Imprint: Potter Style
ISBN: 9780307450883
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