Author:Lyman Frank Baum

Lyman Frank Baum
(1856–1919)
Lyman Frank Baum was an American author, poet, playwright, actor and independent filmmaker. He is best known today as the creator, along with illustrator W. W. Denslow, of one of the most popular books in American children's literature, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Baum's Oz book series was continued by several authors, including Ruth Plumly Thompson whose works are just now coming into the public domain.
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Lyman Frank Baum

Works

Oz books

See more information on the Oz books on Wikipedia. Wikisource has the text of some of the later Oz books written by Ruth Plumly Thompson.

Other novels

Written under the pseudonym Edith Van Dyne

Written under the pseudonym Floyd Akers

  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in Alaska (1906; originally published as Sam Steele's Adventures on Land and Sea by "Capt. Hugh Fitzgerald")
  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in Panama (1907; originally published as Sam Steele's Adventures in Panama by "Capt. Hugh Fitzgerald"; reprinted in 2008 as The Amazing Bubble Car)
  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in Egypt (1908; reprinted in 2008 as The Treasure of Karnak)
  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in China (1909; reprinted in 2006 as The Scream of the Sacred Ape)
  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in Yucatan (1910)
  • The Boy Fortune Hunters in the South Seas (1911)

Written under the pseudonym Schuyler Staunton

  • The Fate of a Crown (1905)
  • Daughters of Destiny (1906)

Written under the pseudonym John Estes Cooke

  • Tamawaca Folks: A Summer Comedy (1907)

Written under the pseudonym Suzanne Metcalf

  • Annabel, A Novel for Young Folk (1906)

Written under the pseudonym Laura Bancroft

  • The Twinkle Tales (1906; collected as Twinkle and Chubbins, though Chubbins is not in all the stories)
  • Policeman Bluejay (1907; also known as Babes in Birdland, it was published under Baum's name shortly before his death)

Written anonymously

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Editorials on the Sioux Nation

Other works

  • Baum's Complete Stamp Dealer's Directory (1873)
  • Our Landlady (newspaper stories, 1890–1891)
  • The Book of the Hamburgs (poultry guide, 1896)
  • The Art of Decorating Dry Goods Windows and Interiors (trade publication, 1900)
  • L. Frank Baum's Juvenile Speaker (or Baum's Own Book for Children), a collection of revised work (1910), later republished as The Snuggle Tales (1916–17) and Oz-Man Tales (1920)
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