Audrey is on a family vacation, until she calls dot lotta and stu and they all find out zoe and maria are kidnapped by a villain named G.I.R but the harvey girls, stu, richie, gloria, and her friends tried to find zoe and maria before time runs out for the vacation.
Lurie develops these distinctions in more detail in "The Oddness of Oz" written in recognition of the one hundredth anniversary of the publication of Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz (1900). She shows how Baum's fairy tale reflects the geographic landscape and cultural values of the United States. She argues that Baum was strongly influenced by the political thought of his mother-in-law Matida Gage, who posited a prehistoric matriarchal society in her Woman, Church andState (1895). Lurie observes that in the Oz series all the good societies are ruled by women and that more often than not the male rulers are either wicked or weak. The land of Oz is ruled by a female trinity of Glinda, Ozma, and Dorothy. These female characters make a sharp break with European children's fantasy as well as the many realistic characters found in books for girls of the same period. Lurie maintains these innovations are what have attracted a strong readership of girls for the Oz series. 041b061a72