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All Kinds of Cows (Follett Beginning to Read) by Madeline M Dodd
The Animal Hat Shop (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sara Murphey
Bear, Wolf, and Mouse (Follett Beginning to Read) by Jan Wahl
Big Bug, Little Bug (Follett Beginning to Read) by Jean Horton Berg
Big New School (Follett Beginning to Read) by Evelyn Hastings
Bing-Bang Pig (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sara Murphey
The Boy Who Would Not Say His Name (Modern Curriculum Press) by Elizabeth Vreeken
Christopher Columbus (Follett Beginning to Read) by Clara Ingram Judson
The Curious Cow (Follett Beginning to Read) by Esther K. Meeks
The Dog That Took the Train (Follett Beginning to Read) by Esther K. Meeks
The Dog Who Came to Dinner (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sydney Taylor
The Elf in the Singing Tree (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sara Bulette
Eskimo of Little Diomede (Follett Beginning to Read) by Genevieve Mayberry
Follett Beginning-to-Read Picture Dictionary by Alta McIntire
The Four Friends (Follett Beginning to Read) by Carol Hoff
A Frog Sandwich Riddles and Jokes (Follett Beginning to Read) by Marci Ridlon McGill
George Washington (Follett Beginning to Read) by Clara Ingram Judson
Gertie the Duck (Follett Beginning to Read) by Nicholas P. Georgiady
Gingerbread Children: Poems (Follett Beginning to Read) by Ilo Orleans
Grandfather Dear (Follett Beginning to Read) by Finfer Wasserberg And Wenberg
Grandmother Dear (Follett Beginning to Read) by Celentha Finfer
Have You Seen My Brother? (Follett Beginning to Read) by Elizabeth Guilfoile
Henry (Follett Beginning to Read) by Elizabeth Vreeken
The Hill that Grew (Follett Beginning to Read) by Esther Meeks
The Hole in the Hill (Follett Beginning to Read) by Marion Seyton
In John's Back Yard (Follett Beginning to Read) by Esther K. Meeks
Jiffy, Miss Boo, and Mr. Roo (Follett Beginning to Read) by Aileen Brothers
Kittens and More Kittens (Follett Beginning to Read) by Marci Ridlon McGill
Know When to Stop (Follett Beginning to Read) by Valjean McLenighan
Little Quack (Follett Beginning to Read) by RUTH WOODS
The Little Red Hen (Follett Beginning to Read) by Jean Horton Berg
Mabel the Whale (Follett Beginning to Read) by Patricia King
Miss Hatti and the Monkey (Follett Beginning to Read) by Helen D. Olds
Mr. Barney's Beard (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sydney Taylor
My Own Little House (Follett Beginning to Read) by Merriman B. Kaune
No Lights for Brightville (Follett Beginning to Read) by Letta Schatz
The No-Bark Dog (Follett Beginning to Read) by Stan Williamson
The O'Learys and Friends (Follett Beginning to Read) by Jean Horton Berg
One Day Everything Went Wrong (Follett Beginning to Read) by Elizabeth Vreeken
Our Country's Flag (Follett Beginning to Read) by Nicholas Peter Georgiady
Our National Anthem (Follett Beginning to Read) by Nicholas Peter Georgiady
Pearl Goes to School (Follett Beginning to Read) by Evelyn Hastings
Peter's Policeman (Follett Beginning to Read) by Anne Lattin
Riddles and Jokes by Alice Thompson Gilbreath
The Roly Poly Cookie (Follett Beginning to Read) by Sara Murphey
Sad Mrs. Sam Sack (Follett Beginning to Read) by Aileen Brothers
Shoes for Angela (Follett Beginning to Read) by Ellen Snavely
Something New at the Zoo (Follett Beginning to Read) by Esther K. Meeks
This is a Road (Follett Beginning to Read) by Polly Curren
Three Strikes and You're Out (Follett Beginning to Read) by Valjean McLenighan
Turtle and Rabbit (Follett Beginning to Read) by Valjean McLenighan
The Wee Little Man (Follett Beginning to Read) by Jean Horton Berg
What You See Is What You Get (Follett Beginning to Read) by Valjean McLenighan
You Are What You Are by Valjean McLenighan

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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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