Series: Andy Russell

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The Many Troubles of Andy Russell by David A. Adler1
Andy and Tamika by David A. Adler2
School Trouble for Andy Russell by David A. Adler3
Parachuting Hamsters and Andy Russell by David A. Adler4
Andy Russell, NOT Wanted by the Police by David A. Adler5
It's a Baby, Andy Russell by David A. Adler6

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