Author: L. Frank Baum
Title: The Scarecrow of Oz
Series: Oz : Famous Forty (book 9)[|] Oz : Baum (9)[|] Oz (9)[|] Trot and Cap'n Bill Series (3)[|]
Original publication date: 1915
Characters: the Scarecrow, Trot, Cap'n Bill, Button-Bright,
Dedication: Dedicated to "The Uplifters" of Los Angeles, California, in grateful appreciation of the pleasure I have derived from association with them, and in recognition of their sincere endeavor to uplift humanity through kindness, consideration and good-fellowship. They are big men - all of them - all with
First words: "Seems to me," said Cap'n Bill, as he sat beside Trot under the big acacia tree, looking out over the blue ocean, "seems to me, Trot, as how the more we know, the more we find we don't know."
Last words: "Never mind, my dear," said Ozma, with her charming smile, "no one can go far astray in the Land of Oz, and if Button-Bright isn't lost occasionally, he isn't happy."
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