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Buddy on the Farm; or, A Boy And His Prize Pumpkin by Howard R. Garis1
Buddy in School; or, A Boy and His Dog by Howard R. Garis2
Buddy and his Winter Fun by Howard R. Garis3
Buddy at Rainbow Lake by Howard R. Garis4
Buddy and His Chums; or, A Boy's Queer Search #5 by Howard R. Garis5
Buddy at Pine Beach by Howard R. Garis6
Buddy and his Flying Balloon by Howard R. Garis7
Buddy on Mystery Mountain by Howard R. Garis8
Buddy on Floating Island by Howard R. Garis9
Buddy and the Secret Cave by Howard R. Garis10
Buddy and his cowboy pal; or A boy on a ranch by Howard Roger Garis11
Buddy and the Indian Chief, or a Boy Among the Natives by Howard R. Garis12
Buddy and the Arrow Club; or, a Boy and the Long Bow #13 by Howard R. Garis13
Buddy At Lost River; or, A Boy And a Gold Mine #14 by Howard R. Garis14
Buddy on the Trail; or, A Boy Among the Gypsies #15 by Howard R. Garis15
Buddy in Deep Valley; or, A Boy On a Bee Farm #16 by Howard R. Garis16
Buddy at Red Gate: or, A Boy on a Chicken Farm by Howard R. Garis17
Buddy in Dragon Swamp by Howard R. Garis18
Buddy and the Victory Club; or, A Boy and a Salvage Campaign by Howard R. Garis19
Buddy and the G-man mystery; or, A Boy and a strange cipher by Howard R. Garis20
Buddy and His Fresh Air Camp; or, A Boy and the Unlucky Ones by Howard R. Garis21

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1. Buddy on the Farm or, a Boy and his Prize Pumpkin, 1929
2. Buddy in School, or, a Boy and his Dog, 1929
3. Buddy and his Winter Fun, or, a Boy in a Snow Camp, 1929
4. Buddy at Rainbow Lake, or, a Boy and his Boat, 1930
5. Buddy and his Chum, or, a Boy’s Queer Search, 1930
6. Buddy at Pine Beach, or, a Boy on the Ocean, 1931
7. Buddy and his Flying Balloon, or, a Boy’s Mysterious Airship, 1931
8. Buddy on Mystery Mountain or, a Boy’s Strange Discovery, 1932
9. Buddy on Floating Island or, a Boy’s Wonderful Secret, 1933
10. Buddy and the Secret Cave or, a Boy and the Crystal Hermit, 1934
11. Buddy and his Cowboy Pal or, a Boy on a Ranch, 1935
12. Buddy and the Indian Chief or, a Boy among the Navajos, 1936
13. Buddy and the Arrow Club or, a Boy and the Long Bow, 1937
14. Buddy at Lost River or, a Boy and a Gold Mine, 1938
15. Buddy on the Trail or, a Boy Among the Gypsies, 1939
16. Buddy in Deep Valley or, a Boy on a Bee Farm, 1940
17. Buddy at Red Gate or, a Boy on a Chicken Farm, 1941
18. Buddy in Dragon Swamp or, a Boy on a Strange Hunt, 1942,
19. Buddy’s Victory Club or, a Boy and a Salvage Campaign, 1943
20. Buddy and the G-Man Mystery or, a Boy and a Strange Cipher, 1944
21. Buddy and his Fresh Air Camp or, a Boy and the Unlucky Ones, 1947

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