Random House is a major American trade publisher that has issued Oz-related materials.

As early as 1950, Random House released an edition of L. Frank Baum's The Wonderful Wizard of Oz for young readers between the ages of 5 and 9. The company has published various other editions of Baum's original works, such as a movie tie-in volume of Return to Oz and the first Pop-Up Wizard of Oz.

The firm published David L. Greene and Dick Martin's The Oz Scrapbook (1977), and Jay Scarfone and William Stillman's The Wizardry of Oz: The Artistry and Magic of the 1939 MGM Classic (1999).

It has issued a number of new Oz novels by contemporary writers, including:

The first four books on this list were illustrated by David Rose.

Del Rey Books, the publisher of the modern paperback editions of Ruth Plumly Thompson's Oz books, is a division of Random House.

Random House is now a subsidiary of the German media corporation Bertelsmann AG.

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