Series: Bakugan Chapter Books

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A Bakugan: A Brand New Brawl by Tracey West
Bakugan: Darkus Rising by Tracey West
Bakugan: Vexos Invasion by Scholastic Inc.
The Battle Brawlers (Bakugan, Book 1) by Tracey Westbook 1
A Double Battle (Bakugan) by Tracey Westbook 2
Bakugan: Party Crashers by Tracey Westbook 3

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