Welcome to the home of the best and newest Wizard of Oz books and music. Since L. Frank Baum's book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was first published, the phenomenon of Oz has exploded all over the world, generating sequels, movies, music, art, comics, poetry, plays, scholarly studies, and more. Hungry Tiger Press celebrates all things Oz, as well as Oz-creator L. Frank Baum's other works. Come experience stories and artwork from all the writers and illustrators of the Oz books, plus music and songs from the many Oz stage shows. Vintage and rare or new and startling, if you love Oz, you'll find there's no place like Hungry Tiger Press.
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Rare stories and poems by the
Royal Historians of Oz.
Oliver Elephant Again
By Ruth Plumly Thompson
Plus the Forgetful Poet
MP3s, MIDIs and sheet music of rare songs from early Oz stage productions.
A Vocal Recording of
From the 1903 Musical
THE WIZARD OF OZ
Rare & Unique treats just for you.
Listen Free to
EMERALD CITY RADIO
All Oz music, all the time
Enjoy a FREE sample of
Comics adaptation of
The Patchwork Girl of Oz
The Trojan War
by Ruth Plumly Thompson
Second Royal Historian of Oz
Illustrated by Marge
Maud Baum is ON THE AIR!
Listen to a little-known
1939 RADIO INTERVIEW with
Mrs. L. Frank Baum!
Please check out the
Royal Map of Oz
An Evening with
Eloise Jarvis McGraw
The Rundelstone of Oz
Listen to the Recording!
Read the Manuscript!