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De verwende prinses by Piet Wijn1
Het verborgen dierenrijk by Piet Wijn2
De valse heelmeester by Thom Roep3
De poort naar oost by Piet Wijn4
Het monster van het Mistmeer by Piet Wijn5
De schacht naar noord by Piet Wijn6
De weg naar west by Piet Wijn7
De zee naar zuid by Piet Wijn8
Florijn de Flierefluiter by Thom Roep9
De tanden van Casius Gaius by Thom Roep10
Het flodderwerk van Pief by Piet Wijn11
De laatste plager by Piet Wijn12
De heksen van eergisteren by Piet Wijn13
Op het spoor van kwade zaken by Piet Wijn14
Het bedrog van Balthasar by Thom Roep15
De dame in de lijst by Piet Wijn16
Bombasto met het boze oog by Thom Roep17
De kast met duizend deuren by Thom Roep18
Het schip van ijs by Thom Roep19
De zwarte kimono by Piet Wijn20
Het gemaskerde opperhoofd by Piet Wijn21
Terug naar het verborgen dierenrijk by Thom Roep22
De avonturen van Douwe Dabbert 23 - De wonderlijke raamvertelling by Piet Wijn23

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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