Rinkitink in Oz (version 3)


Read by Phil Chenevert

(4.7 stars; 56 reviews)

Prince Inga of Pingaree and King Rinkitink and their companions have adventures that lead to the land of the Nomes and, eventually, Oz. In this story you meet the surly talking goat BilBil and some evil people who conquer the peaceful island of Pingaree. Since his parents, the king and queen of Pingaree are taken away as slaves along with every other citizen of the kingdom, Prince Inga must somehow find them, defeat the enemy and bring them home. King Rinkitink, a roly-poly and jolly monarch who hates ruling, has run away from his people along with his talking goat and goes along with Inga to have more adventures. (5 hr 47 min)

Chapters

The Prince of Pingaree 15:18 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Coming of King Rinkitink 17:57 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Warriors from the North 12:52 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Deserted Island 17:34 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Three Pearls 26:50 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Magic Boat 21:48 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Twin Islands 20:15 Read by Phil Chenevert
Rinkitink Makes a Great Mistake 18:16 Read by Phil Chenevert
A Present for Zella 13:07 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Cunning of Queen Cor 15:55 Read by Phil Chenevert
Zella Goes to Coregos 7:10 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Excitement of Bilbil the Goat 5:28 Read by Phil Chenevert
Zella Saves the Prince 14:52 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Escape 19:59 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Flight of the Rulers 5:14 Read by Phil Chenevert
Nikobob Refuses a Crown 10:03 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Nome King 14:01 Read by Phil Chenevert
Inga Parts With His Pink Pearl 34:03 Read by Phil Chenevert
Rinkitink Chuckles 12:41 Read by Phil Chenevert
Dorothy to the Rescue 6:01 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Wizard Finds an Enchantment 11:01 Read by Phil Chenevert
Ozma's Banquet 9:54 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Pearl Kingdom 7:02 Read by Phil Chenevert
The Captive King 9:43 Read by Phil Chenevert

Reviews

The reader...

(4.5 stars)

Now when ever listening to the Oz books I look for this reader. Love love love the Oz books!

Good Story

(5 stars)

Oz was kind of an afterthought in the story, but it was still good!

Rinkitink in oz

(5 stars)

1.1.But the people of Pingaree though not as strong as the people of Riogos and Corigos drove their Enemies out.

Rinkitink in Oz

(4.5 stars)

thank you for this fine reading!! this book was really fun :)

love it 😍

(5 stars)

Oh my gosh! That book rules.

awesome

(5 stars)

Phil reads this one so well.

Jay

(5 stars)

Love all these forgotten oz books, try to get my students, kids, nieces and nephews into them just to keep these stories alive