Series: Bad News Ballet

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Drat! We're Rats! (Bad News Ballet Series) by Jahnna N. Malcolm
The Terrible Tryouts (Bad News Ballet) by Jahnna N. Malcolm1
Battle of the Bunheads (Bad News Ballet Series) by Jahnna N. Malcolm2
Stupid Cupids (Bad News Ballet, No 3) by Jahnna N. Malcolm3
Who Framed Mary Bubnik? (Bad News Ballet, No 4) by Jahnna N. Malcolm4
Blubberina (Bad News Ballet, No 5) by Jahnna N. Malcolm5
Save D.A.D. (Scrambled Legs) by Jahnna N. Malcolm6
The King and Us (Bad News Ballet, No 7) by Jahnna N. Malcolm7
Camp Clodhopper (Bad News Ballet) by Jahnna N. Malcolm8
Boo Who? (Bad News Ballet, No 9) by Jahnna N. Malcolm9
A Dog Named Toe Shoe (Bad News Ballet, No. 10) by Jahnna N. Malcolm10

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