In Chicago, a conventional key opens an otherworldly trunk pressed with looters and a pie. In Boston, five mysterious bonbons make a conventional congressperson, a customary educator, a common young lady, and her standard guardians do the most phenomenal things! A youthful cowhand lassoes Father Time; the sham in Mr. Floman's retail chain window wakes up; and a modest creepy-crawly gives a New England rancher and his better half a siphon which siphons not water, however gold!
The writer of the much-cherished Oz books, L. Forthright Baum changes the acquainted with his mystical blend of cleverness and charm. The greater part of the twelve stories in this wonderful gathering is set in America where, so it appears, present-day pixies, knocks, and reels are continually making the most shocking things occur! These stories will captivate both youthful and old.
At the point when American Fairy Tales previously showed up, Baum's notoriety for being a storyteller had just been set up by The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, written in 1900. The twelve stories in this accumulation were initially syndicated week after week, in any event, five papers during the principal half of 1901. The principal book release, which this copy reprints, turned out soon thereafter.