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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. A story that shares some of life's most difficult challenges using humor and honesty to navigate those sometimes treacherous paths. But inevitably "A Friend of Dorothy" is about the realization that the road to a joy filled life starts and ends in our own hearts.
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Whenever the gang comes upon an obstacle—and they come upon them all the time—he's the one who thinks their way out of it. When the travelers can't move forward because of a ditch, he thinks to build a bridge. When they're faced with a river, he thinks to build a raft. And when the Lion falls asleep in the poppy field, he engineers a mouse-drawn chariot to haul his big friend to safety. Now, that is ingenuity. While the Scarecrow doesn't seem to notice his own brilliance, his friends sure do.
The Wizard, too, provides insight into the Scarecrow's situation. But the Scarecrow's having none of it. She answers with the obvious: she's always liked him just the way he is. When the Wizard finally gives him a "brain" which is just some pins and needles mixed with bran the Scarecrow gains the confidence he needs to feel good about himself. But the smart thoughts? Those he's had all along.