By L. Frank Baum
Within the 12th ounces tale, the Tin Woodman and the Scarecrow meet Woot, a Gillikin boy. The Woodman tells him how the depraved Witch of the East (punishing him for falling in love together with her ward, Nimmie Amee) enchanted his awl, which then pressured him to cut off all the things of his physique. The tinsmith Ku-Klip changed them with physique elements shaped from tin. missing a middle, the Woodman left her.
In the glorious Wizard of oz., Dorothy and the Scarecrow came upon him within the woods; once they reached the Emerald urban, the Wizard gave him a brand new center. inspired by means of Woot and followed by way of him, the Scarecrow and Polychrome, the Rainbow's daughter, the Woodman travels to the Munchkin kingdom to seem for her. Many adventures persist with, even though their quest is finally unsuccessful, as Nimmie is now married to Ku-Klip's assistant, Chopfyt.
About the Author-
American writer L. Frank Baum is better recognized for the iconic ounces sequence, together with the glorious Wizard of oz. and its 13 sequels. Baum additionally penned quite a few delusion novels and different works equivalent to American Fairy stories, The lifestyles and Adventures of Santa Claus, and The Enchanted Island of Yew less than his personal identify and plenty of pseudonyms together with Edith Van Dyne, Susanne Metcalf, Laura Bancroft, and Floyd Akers.
Baum's prose interested in what he believed young children are so much attracted to, and his works are amazing for his or her loss of romantic plot. Baum additionally anticipated destiny innovations comparable to tv, augmented fact, machine desktops, instant phones, and ads on garments. His works, really the ounces books, were an notion for plenty of delusion novels and feature been greatly tailored for movie and level. Baum died in 1919, 9 days in need of his 63rd birthday.