The Forest of Burzee is a mighty and grand forest, hundreds of years old. Its big tree-trunks stand close together with their branches entangled above, and their roots entangled below. It seems gloomy compared to the bright meadow nearby, but it is filled with never-ending delights. Its east edge borders the Laughing Valley of Hohaho.

Burzee is inhabited by many magical creatures ranging from Fairies, Gigans, Gnomes, Knooks, Light Elves, Pixies, Rampsies, Ryls, Sleep Fays, Sound Imps, Water Sprites, Wind Demons, and Wood Nymphs.

Burzee is the home of the Fairy Queen and the Queen of the Wood Nymphs. The forest is under the protection of the Master Woodsman of the world, the Great Ak. (The Life and Adventures of Santa Claus)

When Santa Claus was kidnapped by the Daemons, Wisk went to the forest of Burzee to inform the Fairy Queen what happened. ("A Kidnapped Santa Claus")

When Jack Frost froze the shadows of the Prince of Thumbumbia and Lady Lindeva, the shadows escaped into the forest of Burzee. ("The Runaway Shadows or A Trick of Jack Frost")

Princess Nelebel was once exiled from the forest of Burzee for some unknown deed. ("Nelebel's Fairyland")

The Magic Cloak was woven in the forest of Burzee. (Queen Zixi of Ix)

Once every 200 years, the members of Queen Lurline's fairy band gather for a Grand Council in the forest of Burzee. Ozma and Glinda attended one of these Councils, during which Oz was almost taken over by the Magical Mimics. (The Magical Mimics in Oz)

The Forest of Burzee also appears in Oz stories by other authors, including The Forgotten Forest of Oz by Eric Shanower and Time Travelers of Oz by Paul Dana.

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