- Year Published: 1910
- Language: English
- Country of Origin: United States of America
- Source: Baum, L. F. (1910). The Emerald City of Oz. Chicago, IL: Reilly and Britton.
- Flesch–Kincaid Level: 6.0
- Word Count: 170
Baum, L. (1910). Chapter 30: “How the Story of Oz Came To an End”. The Emerald City of Oz (Lit2Go Edition). Retrieved February 10, 2016, from
Baum, L. Frank. "Chapter 30: “How the Story of Oz Came To an End”." The Emerald City of Oz. Lit2Go Edition. 1910. Web. <>. February 10, 2016.
L. Frank Baum, "Chapter 30: “How the Story of Oz Came To an End”," The Emerald City of Oz, Lit2Go Edition, (1910), accessed February 10, 2016,.
The writer of these Oz stories has received a little note from Princess Dorothy of Oz which, for a time, has made him feel rather disconcerted. The note was written on a broad, white feather from a stork’s wing, and it said:
‘“YOU WILL NEVER HEAR ANYTHING MORE ABOUT OZ, BECAUSE WE ARE NOW CUT OFF FOREVER FROM ALL THE REST OF THE WORLD. BUT TOTO AND I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU AND ALL THE OTHER CHILDREN WHO LOVE US.
This seemed to me too bad, at first, for Oz is a very interesting fairyland. Still, we have no right to feel grieved, for we have had enough of the history of the Land of Oz to fill six story books, and from its quaint people and their strange adventures we have been able to learn many useful and amusing things.
So good luck to little Dorothy and her companions. May they live long in their invisible country and be very happy!