Series: Brambly Hedge

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Brambly hedge- Wilfred's Birthday by Jill Barklem
Poppy and Dusty's Wedding by Jill Barklem
Primrose's Adventure by Jill Barklem
The Snow Ball by Jill Barklem
Spring Story by Jill Barklem1
Summer Story by Jill Barklem2
Autumn Story by Jill Barklem3
Winter Story by Jill Barklem4
The Secret Staircase by Jill Barklem5
The High Hills by Jill Barklem6
Sea Story by Jill Barklem7
Poppy's Babies by Jill Barklem8
The Brambly Hedge Treasury by Jill Barklem5-6
The Four Seasons of Brambly Hedge by Jill BarklemOmnibus 1-4
Tales from Brambly Hedge by Jill BarklemOmnibus 5-8
The Brambly Hedge Library by Jill BarklemBoxed set 1-8
The Complete Brambly Hedge by Jill BarklemOmnibus 1-8
A Visit to Brambly Hedge by Jill BarklemBackground Information
The Brambly Hedge Poster Book by Jill BarklemPoster Book
Through the Hedgerow by Jill BarklemPop-Up Book
The Big Book of Brambly Hedge by Jill BarklemIllustrations

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