Return to the enchanting world of Oz with Dorothy and her pals! L. Frank Baum's ever-popular tale springs to life with this colorful collection of fifteen beloved characters and twenty-three costumes. Based on the original W. W. Denslow art, the dolls include Dorothy, her dog Toto, the Tin Woodman, S... read more
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