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Rinkitink in Oz

Rinkitink in Oz

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General Juvenile Fiction

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ISBN13: 9798591336349
Publisher: Independently Published
Published: Jan 7 2021
Pages: 154
Weight: 0.61
Height: 0.33 Width: 7.00 Depth: 10.00
Language: English
If you have a map of the Land of Oz handy, you will find that the great Nonestic Ocean washes theshores of the Kingdom of Rinkitink, between which and the Land of Oz lies a strip of the country of theNome King and a Sandy Desert. The Kingdom of Rinkitink isn't very big and lies close to the ocean, allthe houses and the King's palace being built near the shore. The people live much upon the water, boating and fishing, and the wealth of Rinkitink is gained from trading along the coast and with theislands nearest it.Four days' journey by boat to the north of Rinkitink is the Island of Pingaree, and as our story beginshere I must tell you something about this island. At the north end of Pingaree, where it is widest, theland is a mile from shore to shore, but at the south end it is scarcely half a mile broad; thus, althoughPingaree is four miles long, from north to south, it cannot be called a very big island. It is exceedinglypretty, however, and to the gulls who approach it from the sea it must resemble a huge green wedge lyingupon the waters, for its grass and trees give it the color of an emerald

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