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Allyson J. Cat by Dandi Daley Mackall
Bear, Your Manners Are Showing by Kathleen A. Meyer
The Best Story about Jesus by Sheila Schuller Coleman
Big Words for Little People by Donna Lugg Pape
Bird Alphabet by Llewellyn Teresa McKernan
I Can Pray! (Happy Day Books) by Jennifer Holder
Charlie's "Be Kind" Day (A Bean Sprout Book) by Patricia Shely Mahany
Childs Book of Manners by Ruth Shannon Odor
David and Goliath by Henrietta Gambill
Dinosaurs in God's World Long Ago by Henrietta Gambill
Give, Save, Spend (Good Habits for God's Kids) by Laura Derico
God Made Our Bodies (Happy Day Books) by Heno Head
God Made Outer Space by Heno Head
God Made Puppies by Marian Bennett
God's World of Weather (Happy Day Books: Level 3) by Heno Head
Good for You: Good Habits for God's Kids (Happy Day Books) by Laura Derico
Good Job, Rob! (Bean Sprouts) by Jennifer Stewart
Happy Day Bible Stories: Daniel and the Lions by Heidi Petach
Jesus Is My Special Friend (Happy Days Books) by Susan S. Balika
Keep Trying, Travis! (Happy Day Books Level 3, Happy Day Books Level 3) by Jodee McConnaughhay
Little Christmas Animals by Henrietta D. Gambill
Seven Special Days by Henrietta D. Gambill
Simon Minds His Manners (Good Habits for God's Kids) by Laura Derico
Sweet Surprises by David J. Fiday
Tell The Truth, Tyler! (Happy Day Books) by Jodee McConnaughhay
Thank You, God, for CHRISTMAS by Henrietta D. Gambill
The Very Special Night by Ruth Shannon Odor
What is Faith? by Virginia Mueller
I Wish, I Wish by E. Elaine WatsonNo. 3567
Choosing is Fun by Mary BachmanNo. 3580
How God Gives Us Chocolate by Henrietta GambillNo. 3585
All About Hands by Elaine WatsonNo. 3593
Buzzy Bee Says, "Bee Happy" by Barbara CurieNo. 3625
The Big Flood by Evelyn SolomonNo. 3639
David, the Shepherd by Marian BennettNo. 3723

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