Series: CareBears Phonics

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CareBears Phonics: Meet the Care Bears by Quinlan B. Leebook 1
CareBears Phonics: Happy Birthday, Share Bear! by Quinlan B. Leebook 2
CareBears Phonics: Time for Kites! by Quinlan B. Leebook 3
CareBears Phonics: The Joke's On You! by Quinlan B. Leebook 4
CareBears Phonics: Let's Take a Ride! by Quinlan B. Leebook 5
CareBears Phonics: Champ Care Bear at Bat! by Quinlan B. Leebook 6
CareBears Phonics: All Set for Bed! by Quinlan B. Leebook 7
CareBears Phonics: The Wish List by Quinlan B. Leebook 8
CareBears Phonics: What's in the Box? by Quinlan B. Leebook 9
CareBears Phonics: Cheer Up, Grumpy Bear! by Quinlan B. Leebook 10
CareBears Phonics: What is That Whistle? by Quinlan B. Leebook 11
CareBears Phonics: Best Friends by Quinlan B. Leebook 12
CareBears Phonics Box Set by Quinlan B. Leebooks 1-12

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