The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
by L. Frank Baum
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Comedian Tituss Burgess is the perfect narrator for L. Frank Baum’s thrilling, joyful classic. Ever since L. Frank Baum first published The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900, the yellow brick road has spirited millions of readers (and movie lovers) away on unforgettable adventures. The story of Dorothy, Toto, and their magical friends remains one of our most enduring classics, enchanting generation after generation with its thrilling, joyful celebration of friendship and homecoming. This Apple Books exclusive audiobook is read by the inimitable comedian Tituss Burgess, best known for his madcap, hilarious turn as Titus Andromedon on TV’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. With his effervescence and vocal range, Burgess is a wiz at bringing all the Oz characters to life.
Don’t Miss Out!
The story itself needs no help in persuading anyone to give it a go. If the only Wizard of Oz you know is the movie (wonderful in its own right), don’t miss out on letting yourself experience the original text- it is much different. If you’ve already read this story, don’t miss out on letting Titus Burgess bring it to life for you. After hearing his narration, I can’t imagine anyone doing a better job. I can guarantee this will be an audiobook that I listen to more than once. If you’re new to the Wizard of Oz story completely, this is a great place to start for adults and youngins alike. I’d love to hear Titus narrate some other stories. Absolutely wonderful!
I love this book it is a vary old classic book and I can see sone revisions in it but overall it is a great book for its age hope you love it
Brings me back
I remember reading this book as a child and hearing it again brought back so many memories of sitting on the couch snuggled up in a blanket flipping through the pages. The way the narrator read the characters dialogue in a different voice for each of them really brought the book to life along with the amount of detail in the book itself, I felt as though I was in the land of Oz itself.