1. Known for her golden curls, dimpled smile and bright brown eyes Shirley Temple 1928-2014 (aka Shirley Temple Black) was an American child actress, singer, dancer and US ambassador who appeared in more than 50 motion pictures in her long career as a childstar. She was the number one box office star four years in a row, and is the youngest Oscar winner ever.
2. A type of non alcoholic drink for children typically made with lemon lime soda and grenadine syrup served with a cherry on top.
That kid has real talent, just like Shirley Temple!
1900 Fantasy novel written by American author L. Frank Baum, it is said to be inspired by the gold and silver standard at the time.
A young Kansas farm girl is swept away by a tornado and magically transported to an exotic far away land of magic, witches and wizards.
Written for American children who could understand it and relate to it better than older European fairy tales. Over the years it has been claimed as the first true American fairy tale, and to this day is regarded as one the greatest novels ever written.
It is book one of a long series of following Oz books (Thirteen sequels), and has been adapted to screen and stage multiple times including the famous 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz" starring Judy Garland and Broadway's smash hit musical "Wicked" starring Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth.
"We're off the see the wizard, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz!"
1. An exotic mythical land filled with witches, wizards and flying monkeys, the Land of Oz is from the Oz Books created by L. Frank Baum.
2. Australia a country and continent surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans. Australia's biggest city is Sydney.
There's no place like Oz!
A person who is overworked and underpaid.
I'm just your local overworked Barista!