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Series: De avonturen van Bruintje Beer

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De avonturen van Bruintje Beer. Dl. 1 by Mary Tourtel1
Bruintje Beer in Dromenland ; Bruintje Beer en de zeerovers by Mary Tourtel2
13: Bruin Beer en de Zwarte Poes & Bruin Beer maakt een Uitstapje naar de Bergen by Mary Tourtel3
20: Het Avontuur van Bruin Beer met de Vliegmachine by Mary Tourtel4
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer, 5. Bruintje Beer en Willie Veer; Bruintje Beer en het Mannetje in het Groen; Bruintje Be by Mary Tourtel5
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer. Dl. 6: Bruintje Beer en Spikkel, de wonderpony - Bruintje Beer en de toverparaplu by Mary Tourtel6
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer : Bruintje Beer en Beppo, de aap / Bruintje Beer en de tooverfluit / Bruintje Beer en de witte ridder by Mary Tourtel7
Bruintje Beer en prins Humptie-Dumptie ; Het bezoek van Beppo, de aap, aan Bruintje Beer ; Bruintje Beer beoefent de wintersport by Mary Tourtel8
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer : Bruintje Beer gaat uit logeeren / Bruintje Beer wordt winkelbediende / Bruintje Beer gaat uit met Wim Das en Freddie Snuit / Bruintje Beer's boodschap aan het kerstmannetje by Mary Tourtel9
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer. Dl. 10 by Mary Tourtel10
Bruintje Beer op Reis tegen Wil en Dank ; Bruintje Beer met Tommie op avontuur ; Bruintje Beer toont zich een held by Mary Tourtel12
16: Bruintje Beer en de Tooverhoed by Mary Tourtel16
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer : Bruintje Beer en de tooverspeelgoedmaker / Bruintje Beer en de wonderschoenen by Mary Tourtel17
De avonturen van Bruintje Beer : Bruintje Beer en Bullie Mops op de Hagedoorn-hoeve / Bruintje Beer wordt gestolen by Mary Tourtel19
1: met Wim Das uit Pick-nicken & Bruintje Beer en de Kerstboom-feeeen by Mary Tourtel21

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