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Animal Ark Holiday Treasury Box Set of 4 (Kitten in the Candy Corn/ Colt on Christmas Eve/ Husky With a Heart/ Bunny in a Basket) by Ben M. Baglio
Labrador on the Lawn by Ben M. Baglio1
Racehorse in the Rain by Ben M. Baglio2
Siamese in the Sun by Ben M. Baglio3
Kitten in the Candy Corn by Ben M. Baglio4
Pony in a Package by Ben M. Baglio5
Puppy in a Present by Ben M. Baglio5
Collie with a Card by Ben M. Baglio6
Bunny in a Basket by Ben M. Baglio7
Beagle in a Backpack by Ben M. Baglio8
Husky with a Heart by Ben M. Baglio10
Mustang in the Mist by Ben M. Baglio11
Pony in a Pumpkin Patch by Ben M. Baglio12
Dalmatian in the Daisies by Ben M. Baglio13
Spaniel in a Stocking by Ben M. Baglio13
Kitty in the Candy Hearts by Ben M. Baglio15
Stallion in Spooky Hollow by Ben M. Baglio16
Tabby Under the Tree by Ben M. Baglio17
Corgi in the Cupcakes by Ben M. Baglio18
Labrador in the Leaves by Ben M. Baglio26

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