Series: American Girls: Molly

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Meet Molly: An American Girl by Valerie Tripp1
Molly Learns a Lesson by Valerie Tripp2
Molly's Surprise: A Christmas Story by Valerie Tripp3
Happy Birthday, Molly!: A Springtime Story by Valerie Tripp4
Molly Saves the Day: A Summer Story by Valerie Tripp5
Changes for Molly: A Winter Story by Valerie Tripp6
Molly and the Movie Star by Valerie TrippShort Story 1
Molly's A+ Partner by Valerie TrippShort Story 2
Molly's Puppy Tale (American Girl) by Valerie TrippShort Story 3
Molly Marches On by Valerie TrippShort Story 4
Molly Takes Flight by Valerie TrippShort Story 5
A Spy on the Homefront by Alison HartMystery 1
The Light in the Cellar: A Molly Mystery by Sarah Masters BuckeyMystery 2
Clues in the Shadows by Kathleen ErnstMystery 3
Brave Emily by Valerie TrippBest Friend
Molly's Route 66 Adventure by Dottie RaymerTravel Scrapbook
Welcome to Molly's World, 1944 by Catherine GourleyMolly's World
Have a Molly Halloween by American GirlHoliday Crafts
Molly's Paper Dolls by Pleasant CompanyPaper Dolls
Molly Play Scenes & Paper Dolls by Peg RossPaper Dolls
The American Girls Art Studio: Molly by American GirlArt Studio
Molly's Craft Book by Jodi EvertCrafts
Molly's Theatre Kit by Valerie TrippTheater Kit
Molly's Cookbook by Polly AthanCookbook
Molly's Cooking Studio by Jodi GoldbergCooking Studio
Molly Fashion Studio (American Girl) by Teri WitkowskiFashion Studio
Molly Just For Fun by Teri WitkowskiJust for Fun
Molly's Story Collection by Valerie TrippOmnibus 1-6
Molly: An American Girl, 1944 by Valerie TrippBoxed Set
Molly's Short Story Collection by Valerie TrippShort Story Omnibus 1-5

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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