Series: Classic Books with Holes

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Down by the Station (Classic Books With Holes) by Jess Stockham
The Farmer in the Dell by Pam Adams
Five Little Ducks (Classic Books With Holes) by Annie Kubler
Here We Go Round the Mulberry Bush (Classic Books With Holes) by Pam Adams
Oh Soldier, Soldier, Won't You Marry Me? (Books with Holes) by Pam Adams
Old Macdonald Had a Farm (Books with Holes) by Pam Adams
One Elephant Went Out to Play (Classic Books with Holes) by Sanja Rešček
Over in the Meadow (Classic Books with Holes) by Michael Evans
Sing a Song of Sixpence (Giant Lapbook Classics) (Big Books Series) by Pam Adams
Ten Little Monkeys Jumping on the Bed (Classic Books With Holes) by Tina Freeman
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly (Classic Books with Holes) by Pam Adams
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed the Sea by Pam Adams
This Is the House That Jack Built (Books with Holes) by Pam Adams
This Old Man (Classic Books With Holes) by Pam Adams
Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star (Classic Books With Holes) by Annie Kubler
The Wheels on the Bus (Classic Books With Holes) by Annie Kubler

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