Series: Dorrie the Little Witch

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Dorrie's Magic by Patricia Coombs1
Dorrie and the Blue Witch by Patricia Coombs2
Dorrie's Play by Patricia Coombs3
Dorrie and the Weather Box by Patricia Coombs4
Dorrie and the Witch Doctor by Patricia Coombs5
Dorrie and the Wizard's Spell by Patricia Coombs6
Dorrie and the Haunted House by Patricia Coombs7
Dorrie and the Birthday Eggs by Patricia Coombs8
Dorrie and the Goblin by Patricia Coombs9
Dorrie and the Fortune Teller by Patricia Coombs10
Dorrie and the Amazing Magic Elixir by Patricia Coombs11
Dorrie and the Witch's Imp by Patricia Coombs12
Dorrie and the Halloween Plot by Patricia Coombs13
Dorrie and the Dreamyard Monsters by Patricia Coombs14
Dorrie and the Screebit Ghost by Patricia Coombs15
Dorrie and the Witchville Fair by Patricia Coombs16
Dorrie and the Witches' Camp by Patricia Coombs17
Dorrie and the Museum Case by Patricia Coombs18
Dorrie and the Pin Witch by Patricia Coombs19
Dorrie and the Haunted Schoolhouse by Patricia Coombs20

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