Series: Brogeen

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Brogeen of the Stepping Stones by Patricia Lynch1
Brogeen Follows the Magic Tune by Patricia Lynch2
Brogeen and the Green Shoes by Patricia Lynch3
Brogeen and the Bronze Lizard by Patricia Lynch4
Brogeen and the Princess of Sheen by Patricia Lynch5
Brogeen and the Lost Castle by Patricia Lynch6
Brogeen and the Black Enchanter by Patricia Lynch7
The Stone House at Kilgobbin: A Brogeen Story by Patricia Lynch8
The Lost Fisherman of Carrigmor: A Brogeen Story by Patricia Lynch9
The Longest Way Round: A Brogeen Story by Patricia Lynch10
Brogeen and the Little Wind: A Brogeen Story by Patricia Lynch11
Brogeen and the Red Fez by Patricia Lynch12
Guests at the Beech Tree: A Brogeen Story by Patricia Lynch13

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