Series: Festival Readers

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Adventures of Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister
Rainbow Fish: Don't Cheat, Rusty (Festival Readers) by Jodi Huelin
Rainbow Fish: Finders Keepers (Festival Readers) by Sonia Sander
Rainbow Fish: Puffer Cries Shark (Festival Readers) by Sonia Sander
Rainbow Fish: Seaweed Soup (Festival Reader) by Jodi Huelin
Rainbow Fish: Spike and the Substitute by Leslie Goldman
Rainbow Fish: Tattle Tale (Festival Readers) by Sonia Sander
Rainbow Fish: The Dangerous Deep by Leslie Goldman
Rainbow Fish: The Good Luck Charm by Sonia Sander
Spider-Man 2: Everyday Hero (I Can Read Book 2) by Acton Figueroa
Spider-Man 2: Spider-Man Versus Doc Ock (I Can Read Book 2) by Mark W. Mcveigh
Spider-Man: I Am Spider-Man by Acton Figueroa

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  1. Spider-Man: Spider-Man Saves the Day by Acton Figueroa (2002)
  2. The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister (1992)
  3. Star of the Sea by Gail Donovan (2002)
  4. Spider-Man 3: Meet the Heroes and Villains (I Can Read Book 2) by Harry Lime (2007)
  5. DK Readers: Spiderman Worst Enemies by Catherine Saunders (2006)
  6. Hiccups for Elephant by James Preller (1994)
  7. Biscuit Finds a Friend by Alyssa Satin Capucilli (1997)
  8. Adventures of Harold and His Friends An I Can Read Book by Valerie Garfield (2005)
  9. Finding Nemo: Best Dad in the Sea by Amy J. Tyler (2003)
  10. Tiger Is a Scaredy Cat by Joan Phillips (1986)
  11. Spider-Man 2: Doc Around the Clock (Spider-Man) (Spider-Man) by Jacob Ben Gunter (2004)
  12. Danny and the Dinosaur by Syd Hoff (1958)
  13. Batman #1: Time Thaw (Scholastic Reader Level 3) by Jesse Leon McCann (2002)
  14. Spider-Man 3: Spider-Man's New Suit by N. T. Raymond (2007)
  15. Henry and Mudge and the Bedtime Thumps by Cynthia Rylant (1991)

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