Special Sub-Topic: BiOZgraphy - - Dorothy
|What are the names of Dorothy's aunt and uncle?
Em and Henry. Em and Henry were both old and grey. Neither of them ever laughed.
|What was the name of Dorothy's dog?|
Toto. Toto was little black dog. He had long silky hair and small black eyes. He played all day long.
|How many dresses did Dorothy own?|
Two. Dorothy had the dress she was wearing when she arrived in Oz. She also had a blue and white dress that she got changed into when she set off to visit the Wizard.
|What colour were the shoes that the Good Witch of the North gave Dorothy?|
Silver. The shoes originally belonged to the Wicked Witch of the East, who was killed when Dorothy's house landed on her.
|In what order did Dorothy meet her companions?|
Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion. These companions traveled with Dorothy because they wanted to see the Wizard as well. The Scarecrow wanted the Wizard to give him a brain, the Tin Man wanted a heart, and the Cowardly Lion wanted courage.
|How did the Wizard first appear to Dorothy?|
A big head. It was just a trick. The Wizard was really only a little man.
|Why couldn't the Winged Monkeys harm Dorothy?|
Because of the mark on her forehead. When the Good Witch of the North kissed Dorothy a silver mark was left behind. The leader of the Winged Monkeys saw the mark and realised that Dorothy was protected by the Power of Good, and that is greater than the Power of Evil.
|When Dorothy was captured by the Wicked Witch of the West where was she put to work?|
In the kitchen. Dorothy had to clean the pots and pans, sweep the floor and look after the fire.
|Why didn't Dorothy leave Oz with the Wizard (in his balloon)?|
The balloon flew off without her. Toto had run off into the crowd. By the time Dorothy found him the balloon was already flying away.
|How did Dorothy get home?|
By clicking her heels together. It was Glinda, the Good Witch of the South, who told her that the shoes were magical. They could carry the wearer to any place in the world.
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