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WWOO: Episode 6

While walking through the forests of Oz, we come across another friendly character: The Cowardly Lion.


Printable Courage Activities:

Paralyzing Positions

Often, when we think of paralysis, we think of someone in a wheel chair unable to walk. We think of someone unable to care for himself/herself without help. 1,039 more words

Day 73: Words, Words, Words - from "The Wizard of Oz" (1939)

The Wizard: “Hearts will never be practical until they can be made unbreakable.”

The Tin Man: “But I still want one.”

— Screenplay by Noel Langley, Florence Ryerson, and Edgar Allan Woolf


Daily Prompt: Border

I compartmentalize a lot.

For that, my friends call me a robot with no heart.

That I don’t know how it beats within a ribcage with excitement, 131 more words


WWOO: Episode 5

Dorothy and the Scarecrow meet the Tin Woodsman next.

Episode 5: “Tin-Man of Oz”

Welcome back to another reflection on Land of Oz books. This time, we are reading through Chapter 5 of the Wonderful Wizard of Oz. 951 more words

At Cherry-Tree Lane

“You’ll forget because you can’t help it. There never was a human being that remembered after the age of one – at the very latest – except of course, Her.” And he jerked his head over his shoulder at Mary Poppins. 286 more words


Day 42: "Remember the Tin Man" - Tracy Chapman (1995)

“And remember the Tin Man
found that he had
what he thought he lacked.
Remember the Tin Man.
Go find your heart
and take it back.”