Toys, Games, Activity Books, and Adaptations
While most Oz books are for kids (of all ages), this aisle is especially designed for younger Oz fans, with shorter Oz books, books that turn into Oz toys, books with Oz stickers, pop-up books, books to color, game books, and other fun stuff. It also includes toys and games. It's for all Oz fans, no matter what their ages are.
Those items marked with a party hat, like this , are especially affordable and appropriate for use as party favors at Oz-themed children's parties. (Click on the hat to get more ideas for Oz parties.)
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Adventures in Oz: Fantasy Role-Playing Beyond the Yellow Brick Road by F. Douglas Wall. Why just read an Oz book, when you can actually live an Oz adventure yourself? This book explains how to play a role-playing game in Oz, with information on creating (or recreating) characters, and ideas for adventures. Includes "The Jaded City of Oz" adventure.
Adventures in Oz Game. In this game, Dorothy and her friends race down the yellow brick road to see the Wizard. But look out for the Wicked Witch of the West!
Barbie Wizard of Oz collection. The iconic doll and her friends' latest incarnation as characters from The Wizard of Oz.
Barbie Wizard of Oz Peek-a-Boo Petites collection. The iconic doll and her friends' latest incarnation as characters from The Wizard of Oz, now in miniature form.
Best in Children's Books Volume 40. This collection of book excerpts and short stories for children includes a selection from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, illustrated by Richard Scarry!
The Card Game of Oz. In this game, you compete to tell an Oz story. Playing different cards changes things!
- Card set.
Updates, errata, and more information about the game can be found at the manufacturer's website, http://www.orionsbell.com/.
Classic Collectible Pop-Up: The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by Robert Sabuda. A pop-up version of the classic story.
Classics Illustrated Junior: The Wizard of Oz. The classic comic book adaptation of the story is available again.
Color Your Own Classic Movie Posters by Marty Noble. Many classic movie posters for you to color, including The Movie.
Cut and Assemble the Emerald City of Oz by Dick Martin. With scissors and glue, you can recreate the capital of Oz in the privacy of your own home!
Cut and Assemble the Wizard of Oz Toy Theater by Dick Martin. Cut it out, glue it all together, then you can put on your own table-top production of The Wizard of Oz!
Cut and Make Wizard of Oz Masks by Dick Martin. Put these together, put one on, and you might be mistaken for an Ozian celebrity!
Dolly Pockets Wizard of Oz Plush Doll. The North American Bear Company's character Dolly Pockets in an Oz version. Her pockets hold the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Cowardly Lion.
Dorothy of Oz Paper Doll by Tom Tierney. Dorothy and all of her very best Oz clothes.
Dress-up Trunk. A trunk full of costume pieces to dress up as Dorothy, Glinda, or the Wicked Witch.
Easy-to-Make Storybook Dolls: A "Novel" Approach to Cloth Dollmaking by Sheralynn St. Clair. This book has directions and patterns for making cloth dolls based on famous story book characters, including Dorothy from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
Favorite Storybook Characters Paper Doll by Tom Tierney. One little girl can become so many favorite storybook characters — including Dorothy Gale!
Finger puppet set. A set of five finger puppets: Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, the Cowardly Lion, and the Wicked Witch of the West!
Flying Monkey toys. No, these are not specifically Oz related, but they are fun, and with a little imagination and craftwork, either of these could be made into an Oz toy.
Fun with Wizard of Oz Stencils by Paul E. Kennedy. With paint or markers, you can put Dorothy and her friends on any surface!
The Game of Life—Wizard of Oz edition. The classic board game gets an Ozzy makeover! Move your ruby slipper along the yellow brick road to collect a brain, heart, and courage. Will you be a good witch or a bad witch?
How to Draw Storybook Characters by Barbara Soloff Kennedy. Instructions for drawing many characters, including those from The Wizard of Oz.
If You Love a Magical Tale: Aladdin and The Wizard of Oz by Savious Pirotta. This special retelling of the two stories is specially engineered so that the pictures change as the reader turns the pages.
Jack in the Box. Turn the crank, it plays "Over the Rainbow", and then Dorothy pops out!
Jewel Sticker Stories: The Wizard of Oz by Jerry Smath. The story, with shiny stickers you can put in.
Judy Garland Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney. Judy in costumes from her most famous movies, including The Wizard of Oz.
The Land of Oz Stained Glass Coloring Book. Some of W. W. Denslow's classic illustrations from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz printed on transluscent paper so you can color them and turned them into "stained glass" windows.
Learn 'Em Good — Reading Comprehension — The Wizard of Oz: Improve Your Child's Reading Comprehension, Writing, Vocabulary, and Communication Skills with L. Frank Baum's The Wizard of Oz by Stuart Ackerman. This version of the book with additional resources to help in learning to read.
Lionel Wizard of Oz train. An O-scale model train, decorated with pictures from The Movie.
Lalaloopsy Wizard of Oz (?) minidolls. The popular doll series presents a set that just may (or may not) be based on characters from Oz.
Look and Find the Wizard of Oz. Large, crowded pictures, with Oz objects hidden inside. Can you find them all? The Oz answer to Where's Waldo?
Mad Libs: The Wizard of Oz. The famous game that forces you to know the parts of speech now has an edition with twenty-one stories based on The Movie. You'll ___(verb)___ your ___(noun)___ because it's so ___(adjective)___!
Marie Osmond's Adora Belle dolls. Marie Osmond did not just play Dorothy in a segment of her old television show! She's also introducing Oz characters to her line of Adora Belle dolls.
Memory Challenge Game. Can you find the matching Oz characters in this classic game?
Miniature Flying Monkeys. A fleet of four flying monkeys you can have soaring across your room or yard.
Monopoly—Wizard of Oz edition. The classic board game gets an Ozzy makeover! Build farmhouses and Emerald City palaces along the yellow brick road and other locations from The Movie.
Mr. Potato Head Dorothy and Friends set. Dorothy and her three friends from the yellow brick road, rendered in the classic style of Mr. Potato Head.
Mrs. Potato Head Wicked Witch of the West. Not to be outdone, Mrs. Potato Head gets in on the action.
Musical Tin Tea Set. This fifteen-piece tea set includes cups, plates, and saucers printed with the images of Dorothy and her three friends along the yellow brick road.
My First The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, adapted by Meg McLaughlin. A special edition for young readers, with sparkles and textures and bright colors.
Oz: Dark and Terrible Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook. Everything you need to start a roleplaying game campaign in a dark version of Oz.
Oz Fluxx. The rules keep changing in this addictive game as you keep playing different cards.
The Oz Game Book, edited by Robin Olderman. From crossword puzzles to mazes to quizzes, all kinds of games about the Oz books.
Oz the Great and Powerful tie-ins. The 2013 box office hit naturally brought about books, toys, and other items to tie in with it.
The Oz Toy Book by John R. Neill. Large pictures of Oz characters, perfect for coloring, cutting out, and putting on stands to play with.
Paper House Wizard of Oz Products. Paper House has a line of scrapbooking materials, stickers, and other items, all themed with The Wizard of Oz
Plush Doll Set. A set of plush dolls: Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, the Cowardly Lion, and the Wicked Witch of the West.
Plush Toto. This soft, cuddly Toto is just the thing if you can't find a real one.
Return to Oz. The 1985 Disney movie Return to Oz produced a number of adaptations for young children. Some of them can be purchased here.
The Road to Oz Little Golden Book. A reproduction of an adaptation of Baum's Oz book, in the classic Little Golden Book format, originally published in 1951.
Russian nesting dolls. The classic doll-in-a-doll-in-a-doll... set, decorated as Oz characters.
Scrabble—Wizard of Oz edition. The classic crossword game now comes with a special Wizard of Oz dictionary, magic squares, and Oz rules to get bonus points.
Scratch and Sketch Wizard of Oz: An Art Activity Book for Artists on Both Sides of the Rainbow by Mara Conlon. A new art book.
Scene-It? The DVD Game: Turner Classic Movies edition. Play the DVD as you play the game. Includes scenes and questions from The Wizard of Oz and dozens of other classic movies.
Songs from The Wizard of Oz Play-a-Song Book. All of the lyrics from the famous film version of the story, plus an electronic keypad that plays the music so you can sing along.
Steiff Wizard of Oz collectible bears. The famed German teddy bear company is now creating collectible Oz bears, to commemorate the seventy-fifth anniversary of The Movie.
- Dorothy, the Tin Man, the Cowardly Lion, and the Wicked Witch of the West are available from the Danbury Mint.
Storybook Mazes by Dave Phillips. Your favorite stories — including The Wizard of Oz — transformed into mazes.
Talking keychains. Not only can you carry your keys on these large electronic keychains, you can also press one of the buttons to play a line from The Movie.
10 Oz Fun Books : Stickers, Stencils, Tattoos and More. A collection of Dover's Oz activity books (all sold seperately as well), in an attractive slipcase.
Topsy Turvy Dolls. Turn these dolls over, and you get another Oz character.
Twelve Wizard of Oz Bookmarks by Pat L. Stewart. The title says it all!
Uno—Wizard of Oz edition. The classic card game gets an Ozzy makeover! Try to get rid of all of your cards before anyone else. Special Oz cards let you do things you can't do in other versions of Uno.
View-Master reels. The classic 3-D viewer has had its own version of The Wizard of Oz for nearly sixty years now! And you can still get it!
The Wizard of Oz. Ladybird has published a number of different adaptations of the story, designed for young readers at different levels.
The Wizard of Oz, edited by Jennifer Bassett. An adaptation for beginning readers. Part of the Oxford Bookworms Library.
The Wizard of Oz, illustrated by Graham Rawle. An adaptation with some unusual photocollage-effect illustrations.
The Wizard of Oz, retold by Carol Ottolenghi. A simple retelling of the story, to help young Oz fans learn to read.
The Wizard of Oz by Beth Bracken. A celebratory adaptation of The Movie, to celebrate its seventy-fifth anniversary. Illustrated with stills taken from the film.
The Wizard of Oz 100th Anniversary Game. Celebrate a century of Oz with this board game.
The Wizard of Oz Board Game. Build your own Yellow Brick Road as you help your friends find a brain, a heart, and courage.
The Wizard of Oz Board Game. Help Dorothy and her friends on their quest to the Emerald City in this board game.
The Wizard of Oz: A Colorforms Book. The classic toy allows you to stick down and peel off the pictures in this book.
The Wizard of Oz: A Stand-Up Book for You Because You're Special. A stand-up play book.
The Wizard of Oz ABC Coloring Book by Dennis Anfuse. With 26 pages of drawings, showing images from the book and the movie, this color and activity book is sure to appeal to all Oz collectors and fans!
- Paperback book.
Available directly from the author's website.
The Wizard of Oz ABCs by Jenni Wittrock. The Land of Oz is full of letters, As and Bs and Cs and Ds. From Auntie Em to farmhand Zeke, some great and powerful letters you'll see!
The Wizard of Oz Bandeez Bands. Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, the Lion, and Toto, too, all in those big silicon rubber bands the kids put around their wrists.
The Wizard of Oz Book and Charm by L. Frank Baum. The original novel (including W. W. Denslow's pictures), with a charm for your bracelet.
The Wizard of Oz Classic Pop-Up. A new pop-up version of the story.
Wizard of Oz Click-and-Wish Kit. A small keepsake book based on The Movie, with stickers and a miniature pair of Ruby Slippers.
- The Wizard of Oz Collector's Coloring Book by Joe Shipbaugh. A new coloring book, based on the famous movie version of the story.
- Paperback book.
Available directly from the creator via this e-mail link.
The Wizard of Oz Coloring Book. All of your favorite Oz scenes to color.
The Wizard of Oz Colors by Jill Kalz. 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!
The Wizard of Oz Contained Adventure Game Capsule. Shake it around, and see how many of the hidden Oz artifacts you can find.
The Wizard of Oz Counting by Kristen McCurry. The Land of Oz is full of numbers, and one little girl has lost her way. Can Dorothy and Toto get back home? Count along on their journey today!
The Wizard of Oz Crochet by Kristen Rask. Instructions, yarn, a hook, and everything else you need to crochet Oz character dolls.
The Wizard of Oz Favorite Fairy Tales: A Pop Up Book. A pop up version of the story.
The Wizard of Oz Game Book. Six electronic games based on the story, all included in one book.
The Wizard of Oz Jigsaw Book. The Fuddles will like this one! An adaptation of The Wizard of Oz with six built-in jigsaw puzzles and a quiz.
The Wizard of Oz Nested Dolls: A Punchout Toy by Cathy Baylon. The Ozzy version of the famous Russian nesting dolls. Needs only glue to assemble.
The Wizard of Oz Picture Book. An adaptation of The Wizard of Oz for young readers.
The Wizard of Oz Picture Book. Another adaptation of The Wizard of Oz for young readers.
The Wizard of Oz Play-a-Sound Book. An adaptation of the famous story, with sounds that can be played at the appropriate places in the story.
The Wizard of Oz Puzzle by Linda Sunshine. A five hundred piece puzzle with an illustration by W. W. Denslow from The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.
The Wizard of Oz Scanimation by Rufus Butler Seder. Ten classic scenes from the famous film version, which move when you move the magic window over them.
The Wizard of Oz Shapes by Christopher L. Harbo. The Land of Oz is full of shapes like rectangle bricks and star-tipped wands. From Munchkinland to Emerald City, find fun shapes here, there, and beyond!
The Wizard of Oz Stained Glass Coloring Book by Pat L. Stewart. Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tin Woodman, the Lion, and Toto, too, in pictures you can color, then hang in the window to let the sun shine through.
The Wizard of Oz Sticker Story Book by Pat L. Stewart. The story, with stickers so you can help tell it.
The Wizard of Oz Stickers and Seals by Ted Menten. Sticky Oz pictures to put anywhere you need to.
The Wizard of Oz Trivia Game. So just how much do you really know about The Movie? This game will let you show off your knowledge of The Wizard of Oz.
The Wizard of Oz Waddle Book by L. Frank Baum. The original novel (including W. W. Denslow's pictures), plus six figures to punch out and put together that "waddle" down any incline.
The Wizard of Oz with Three-Dimensional Pop-Up Scenes. This adaptation of the story features pop-up scenes.
The Wonderful Cutouts of Oz by Rob Roy MacVeigh. All of the characters from The Wizard of Oz (including many not featured in movies) to cut out, assemble, and play with.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, adapted by Grace Mabie. Illustrated by Tom Newsom.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, adapted and illustrated by Joshua M. Allen.
- An eBook edition is also available from the Kobo store
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz Fun Kit. A boxed set of The Wizard of Oz and several activity books, a coloring poster, and crayons.
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