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Camp Club Girls & the Mystery at Discovery Lake by Renae Brumbaughbook 1
Sydney's DC Discovery (Camp Club Girls) by Jean Fischerbook 2
McKenzie's Montana Mystery (Camp Club Girls) by Shari Barrbook 3
THE CAMP CLUB GIRLS GET A CLUE! by Renae Brumbaughbooks 1-3
Alexis and the Sacramento Surprise (Camp Club Girls) by Erica Rodgersbook 4
Kate's Philadelphia Frenzy (Camp Club Girls) by Janice Hannabook 5
Bailey's Peoria Problem (Camp Club Girls) by Linda Carlblom6
Secrets and Surprises (3-in-1) by Erica Rodgersbooks 4-6
Elizabeth's Amarillo Adventure (Camp Club Girls) by Renae Brumbaughbook 7
Sydney's Outer Banks Blast (Camp Club Girls) by Jean Fischerbook 8
Alexis and the Arizona Escapade (Camp Club Girls) by Erica Rodgersbook 9
Kate's Vermont Venture by Janice Hannabook 10
McKenzie's Oregon Operation (Camp Club Girls) by Shari Barrbook 11
Bailey's Estes Park Excitement (Camp Club Girls) by Linda Carlblombook 12
Elizabeth's San Antonio Sleuthing (Camp Club Girls) by Renae Brumbaughbook 13
Sydney and the Wisconsin Whispering Woods (Camp Club Girls) by Jean Fischerbook 14
Bailey and the Santa Fe Secret (Camp Club Girls) by Linda Carlblombook 15
Kate and the Wyoming Fossil Fiasco (Camp Club Girls) by Janice Hannabook 16
Alexis And The Lake Tahoe Tumult (Camp Club Girls) by Erica Rodgersbook 17
McKenzie's Branson Brainteaser (Camp Club Girls) by Shari Barrbook 18
Sydney and the Curious Cherokee Cabin (Camp Club Girls) by Jean Fischerbook 19
Alexis and the Saint Helens Screamer (Camp Club Girls) by Erica Rodgersbook 20
Elizabeth and the Music City Mayhem (Camp Club Girls) by Renae Brumbaughbook 21
Kate and the Pennsylvania Pretzel Pickle (Camp Club Girls) by Janice Hannabook 22
Bailey and the Florida Mermaid Park Mystery (Camp Club Girls) by Linda Carlblombook 23
McKenzie and the Iowa History Mystery (Camp Club Girls) by Shari Barrbook 24

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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