Book Review: The Wizard of Oz Colors

The Wizard of Oz Colors
By: Jill Kalz
Illustrator: Timothy Banks
Format: Board Book
Genre: Children's' Poetry and Drama ( Ages 4-7)
20 pages
Publisher: Capstone Books
Publication Date: September 2013

* I received a complimentary copy from the publisher via netgalley in exchange for an honest review.


The Land of Oz is full of colors. Roads are yellow and monkeys are blue!  Let Dorothy, Toto, Tin Man, and Scarecrow explore all of the colors with you!

My Thoughts:
I found this to be an engaging book with funny and charming poetry and bright ,colorful illustrations. I think it would keep children interested and be a fun introduction into the Land of Oz. I know my 38 yr. old brain enjoyed all the shininess. So, I'm giving it:



 About the Author:

Jill Kalz is the author of more than 70 children's books. Her picture book Farmer Cap (Picture Window Books) was a finalist for a 2008 Minnesota Book Award and the winner of the Readers' Choice Award and an AEP Distinguished Achievement Award. Jill also writes short stories and poetry for adults. She works as a children's book editor and lives in Minnesota with her charismatic dog, Tuckerbean.

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