The Complete Wizard of Oz Series, Available as Free eBooks and Free Audio Books

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The clas­sic Wiz­ard of Oz series was writ­ten by L. Frank Baum between 1900 and 1920. There are 14 vol­umes in total, start­ing with the most well-known book, The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz. Below we’ve gath­ered every vol­ume in the series, in both text and audio for­mats. If you have ques­tions about how to load files onto your Kin­dle, please see this instruc­tion­al video. You can find ear­ly film adap­ta­tions of The Wiz­ard of Oz in our col­lec­tion of Free Movies Online. Plus else­where on our site we have the com­plete Chron­i­cles of Nar­nia (in audio) by CS Lewis, anoth­er endur­ing chil­dren’s clas­sic.

The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz  — Vol­ume 1

Note: If you want to read online a first edi­tion copy of The Won­der­ful Wiz­ard of Oz, you can do so thanks to The Library of Con­gress. Click here: Page Turn­er -PDF

The Mar­velous Land of Oz – Vol­ume 2

Ozma of Oz — Vol­ume 3

Dorothy and the Wiz­ard of Oz -- Vol­ume 4

The Road to Oz — Vol­ume 5

The Emer­ald City of Oz — Vol­ume 6

The Patch­work Girl of Oz -- Vol­ume 7

Tik Tok of Oz – Vol­ume 8

The Scare­crow of Oz -- Vol­ume 9

Rinkitink in Oz — Vol­ume 10

The Lost Princess of Oz — Vol­ume 11

 The Tin Wood­man of Oz — Vol 12

The Mag­ic of Oz — Vol 13

Glin­da of Oz — Vol 14

All of the texts list­ed above appear in our col­lec­tions: 1,000 Free Audio Books: Down­load Great Books for Free and 800 Free eBooks for iPad, Kin­dle & Oth­er Devices.

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