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Series: Cooper Kids Adventure Series

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The Door in the Dragon's Throat / The Tombs of Anak by Frank Peretti1, 3
The Door in the Dragon's Throat / Escape from the Island of Aquarius / The Tombs of Anak by Frank Peretti1-3
Escape from the Island of Aquarius / Trapped at the Bottom of the Sea by Frank Peretti2, 4
The Door in the Dragon's Throat / Escape from the Island of Aquarius / The Tombs of Anak / Trapped at the Bottom of the Sea by Frank Peretti1-4
The Deadly Curse of Toco-Rey by Frank Peretti6
The Deadly Curse of Toco-Rey / The Secret of the Desert Stone by Frank Peretti5-6
The Door in the Dragon's Throat / Escape from the Island of Aquarius / The Tombs of Anak / Trapped at the Bottom of the Sea / The Secret of the Desert Stone / The Deadly Curse of Toco-Rey by Frank Peretti1-6
The Legend of Annie Murphy by Frank Peretti7
Flying Blind by Frank Peretti8
The Cooper Kids Adventure Series [complete] by Frank Peretti1-8
Cooper Kids Adventure Series (sets) by Frank Perettisets

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In German, Die Cooper-Abenteuer-Serie.

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