Series: DC Super Pets

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The Amazing Mini-Mutts (Dc Super-Pets!) by Donald Lemke
Attack of the Invisible Cats (DC Super-Pets!) by Scott Sonneborn
Backward Bowwow (Dc Super-Pets!) by Sarah Hines Stephens
Barnyard Brainwash (DC Super-Pets) by John Sazaklis
Battle Bugs of Outer Space (DC Super-Pets!) by Jane B. Mason
The Biggest Little Hero (Dc Super-Pets!) by John Sazaklis
Candy Store Caper (Dc Super-Pets!) by John Sazaklis
The Cat Crime Club by Steve Korté
Deep-sea Duel by John Sazaklis
The Fastest Pet on Earth (DC Super-Pets) by J. E. Bright
Heroes of the High Seas (DC Super-Pets) by J. E. Bright
The Hopping Hero (DC Super-Pets) by John Sazaklis
Midway Monkey Madness by Sarah Hines Stephens
Night of the Scaredy Crows (Dc Super-Pets!) by Sarah Hines Stephens
Pooches of Power! by Sarah Hines Stephens
Royal Rodent Rescue (Dc Super-Pets!) by John Sazaklis
Salamander Smackdown! (DC Super-Pets!) by John Sazaklis
Sleepy Time Crime (Dc Super-Pets!) by Sarah Hines Stephens
Starro and the Space Dolphins (DC Super-Pets) by Art Baltazar
Super Hero Splash Down (Dc Super-Pets!) by Jane B. Mason
Super-Pets Showdown (Dc Super-Pets!) by Sarah Hines Stephens
Superpowered Pony (DC Super-Pets) by Sarah Hines Stephens
Swamp Thing vs the Zombie Pets by John Sazaklis
DC Super-Pets Character Encyclopedia by Steve KortéEncyclopedia

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