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Series: Foundations Reading Library

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Do It!: 0 (Foundations Reading Library) by Rob Waring
Sarah's Surprise by Rob Waring1.1
Goodbye, Hello! by Rob Waring1.2
Rain, Rain, Rain! by Rob Waring1.3
Bag Dog? Good Dog by Rob Waring1.4
Get the Ball by Rob Waring1.5
The Tickets by Rob Waring1.6
Sk8 for Jake by Rob Waring2.1
The New Guitar by Rob Waring2.2
Trouble at the Zoo by Rob Waring2.3
Singer Wanted! by Rob Waring2.4
Old Boat, New Boat by Rob Waring2.5
The Cave by Rob Waring2.6
Slam Dunk for Mark by Rob Waring3.1
Kung Fu Kid by Rob Waring3.2
A Good Friend by Rob Waring3.3
Quick Thinking by Rob Waring3.4
I Always Win by Rob Waring3.5
Quiz Night by Rob Waring3.6
I Spy by Rob Waring4.1
Go Jimmy Go! by Rob Waring4.2
Do I Tell? by Rob Waring4.3
Lost at Sea by Rob Waring4.4
The Shipwreck by Rob Waring4.5
Mystery on the Island by Rob Waring4.6
Who's Best? by Rob Waring5.1
The Big Test by Rob Waring5.2
Where's Lorena? by Rob Waring5.3
Boys vs. Girls by Rob Waring5.4
Think Daniela! by Rob Waring5.5
The Bear's Mouth by Rob Waring5.6
The Lost Wallet by Rob Waring6.1
No, You Can't! by Rob Waring6.2
Does He Love Me? by Rob Waring6.3
A Helping Hand by Rob Waring6.4
Trouble at Sea by Rob Waring6.5
The Old Promise by Rob Waring6.6
Let's Party! by Rob Waring7.1
My Mom, the Movie Star by Rob Waring7.3
The Secret Tunnel: Foundations Reading Library (Foundations Reader, Level 7) (Bk. 4) by Rob Waring7.4
Love Online by Rob Waring7.5
The Golden Monkey by Rob Waring7.6

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