Tik-Tok of Oz
Toto is a fictional character from the Wizard of Oz, a story that was written by Michael Morpurgo. This is the first in a series of sequels, and will be published in 2020. It is a story about the dog who tries to save Dorothy from a dangerous storm. The book is intended for middle-grade readers, and will be adapted into a musical adaptation. If you haven’t read the book yet, I recommend it.
The Toto toilet was first introduced in the 1917 film, Dorothy and the Witches of Oz. In the first book, he doesn’t speak a word. However, this changes throughout the series. While other animals are given the ability to talk in the following books, Toto is left speechless until Tik-Tok of Oz, which was released a few years later. In the Lost Princess of Oz, Toto often talks continuously. Toto is also one of the first characters to recognize a Mimic.
Toto was the first fictional dog in the Oz books. His name was chosen to be similar to the name of Dorothy Gale. In the first book, he never speaks. As time goes by, the other animals gain the ability to speak. In the second book, Tik-Tok of Oz, Toto reveals that she can talk. In the third book, The Lost Princess of Oz, Toto’s speech becomes more frequent. In the movie, Toto possesses the ability to speak to humans, but she is never able to recognize the Mimics until the fourth book.
Toto is an important part of the story. The characters in Toto’s story are a mix of different creatures and cultures. In the first book, Toto does not speak. During the next three books, other animals gain the ability to speak. In the final book, Tik-Tok of Oz, Toto speaks. In the second book, The Lost Princess of Oz, Toto is a shape-shifting human.
Toto’s appearance and personality are based on the Kawaya-no-kami myth, which explains that Toto is the god of the Earth. The god of the toilet was believed to be created from the excrement of human beings. In the first book, Toto is considered the first to recognize the Mimics in the story. Similarly, in the second book, Toto was a character in the original Oz and the sequels.
The character Toto is a fictional dog in L. Frank Baum’s series of Oz children’s books. His name is pronounced with a long “O” and is a homophone for the word “toe toe”. He first appeared in The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 1900, but has since been reappearing in several adaptations of the stories, including The Wiz (1978) and Return to the World of Toto (1996).