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Presenting an excerpt from The Wizard of Oz (1903) by L. Frank Baum which tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, an illustration by W. W. Denslow, in honor of the release of the third Patronage Coloring Book to benefit the children’s literacy charity Kids Need To Read

“She threw her arms around the Lion’s neck and kissed him, patting his big head tenderly. Then she kissed the Tin Woodman, who was weeping in a way most dangerous to his joints. But she hugged the soft, stuffed body of the Scarecrow in her arms instead of kissing his painted face, and found she was crying herself at this sorrowful parting from her loving comrades.”

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Dorothy and the Oz Group - a free Vintage Coloring page

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Wizard of Oz - Patronage Vintage Coloring Book cover

The Art of W. W. Denslow Volume 1, A Patronage Vintage Coloring Book has twenty-five full page illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, with part of the proceeds of each book sold being donated to the children’s literacy charity, Kids Need To Read. View all pages or buy now from Amazon.com.


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Hereby presenting an excerpt from The Tin Woodman (1918) by L. Frank Baum. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, an illustration by John R. Neill, in honor of the release of the second Patronage Coloring Book to benefit the children’s literacy charity Kids Need To Read

“Are you really a soldier?” asked Woot, when they had all watched this strange tin person parade up and down the path and proudly flourish his sword.

“I was a soldier,” wa the reply, “but I’ve been a prisoner to Mr. Rust so long that I don’t know exactly what I am.”

“But – dear me!” cried the Tin Woodman, sadly perplexed; “how came you to be made of tin?”

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Tin Soldier and Tin Woodman - a free Vintage Coloring page

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John R. Neill Patronage Vintage Coloring Book, Vol. 2 Cover

The Art of John R. Neill Volume 2, A Patronage Vintage Coloring Book has twenty illustrations in the same style as this Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page, with part of the proceeds of each book sold being donated to the children’s literacy charity, Kids Need To Read. View all pages or buy now from Amazon.com.

 

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Hereby presenting an excerpt from Ozma of Oz (1907) by L. Frank Baum. It tells the story of today’s Free Friday Vintage Coloring Page which is an illustration by John R. Neill, in honor of the release of the first Patronage Coloring Book to benefit the children’s literacy charity Kids Need To Read.

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