Series: Fifth Grade Monsters

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M Is for Monster by Mel Gilden1
Born to Howl by Mel Gilden2
Pet of Frankenstein by Mel Gilden3
There's a Batwing in My Lunchbox by Ann Hodgman4
Z Is for Zombie by Mel Gilden5
Monster Mashers (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden6
Things That Go Bark in the Park (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden7
Yuckers (Fifth Grade Monster) by Mel Gilden8
Monster in Creeps Head Bay (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden9
How to Be a Vampire in One Easy Lesson (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden10
Island of the Weird (Fifth Grade Monsters, No. 11) by Mel Gilden11
Werewolf Come Home (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden12
Monster Boy (Fifth Grade Monsters) by Mel Gilden13
Troll Patrol (Fifth Grade Monsters, No. 14) by Mel Gilden14
The Secret of Dinosaur Bog (Fifth Grade Monsters, No. 15) by Mel Gilden15

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