The Wizard of Oz is a LeapPad game including the interactive book and cartridge available in Leap 3. It is also in A Collection from the LeapPad Library. It is also available in the LeapPad Pro. It is also available in the LeapFrog SchoolHouse. It is also available in the Quantum LeapPad in the Great Reader series. It is a classic chapter book with seven chapters. It has the silver shoes instead of a green "Go" circle. The golden cap hears a preview of each chapter.
The silver shoes can be touched when going to a different page. The green "Go" circle replaces by the silver shoes. This chapter book doesn't have a red "Stop" button. It also doesn't have a game.
There are seven chapters to hear a preview of. The female voice reads the chapter's title and hears the comprehensive preview.
Words in Bold and the GlossaryEdit
The male voice says and hears the word while the female voice says and hears the definition.
Question Mark at the End of the ChapterEdit
A question mark is on Toto to hear a question about the chapter you read. The female voice asks a question.
Lyman Frank Baum (1856-1919) wrote the novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900. A 1939 MGM movie is based on the novel.
- The Cyclone
- The Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion
- The Journey to the Great Oz
- The Emerald City
- The Wicked Witch of the West
- The Great and Powerful Humbug
- Away to the South
Pictures with Music and SoundsEdit
There are seven pictures to hear music and sounds.
The male voice has something to say in the book.
- "Touch the golden cap to hear a preview of each chapter."
- "Touch any word to hear it spoken."
- "When you see a word in bold, touch it once to hear it spoken, then touch it a second time to hear what the word means."
- This movie is also seen in Time For Kids: Making Movies.
- In Learn To Read at the Storybook Factory, this story is mentioned by Mr. Websley when the fan is active at very high speed causing the set of The Three Little Pigs to blow and twirl like a tornado.
- The guitar and the clarinet are heard in the sound.