Series: Adam Joshua Capers

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Adam Joshua Capers by Janice Lee Smith
The Monster in the Third Dresser Drawer by Janice Lee Smith1
The Kid Next Door and Other Headaches by Janice Lee Smith2
The Show-And-Tell War: And Other Stories About Adam Joshua by Janice Lee Smith3
It's Not Easy Being George: Stories About Adam Joshua (And His Dog) by Janice Lee Smith4
The Halloween Monster: and Other Stories About Adam Joshua (Adam Joshua Capers) by Janice Lee Smith5
George Takes a Bow-Wow! (The Adam Joshua Capers, No 6) by Janice Lee Smith6
The Turkey's Side of It: Adam Joshua's Thanksgiving (Chapter Books) by Janice Lee Smith6
There's a Ghost in the Coatroom by Janice Lee Smith7
Turkey Trouble (The Adam Joshua Capers , No 7) by Janice Lee Smith7
Nelson in Love: An Adam Joshua Valentine's Day Story by Janice Lee Smith8
The Baby Blues: An Adam Joshua Story by Janice Lee Smith10
Serious Science: An Adam Joshua Story by Janice Lee Smith10

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