Series: Hooked on Phonics

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Ann's Big Muffin (Hooked on Phonics, Hop Book Companion 8) by Leslie McGuire
Cat (Hooked on Phonics, Book 1) by Barney Saltzberg1
The Cereal Box by David McPhail
Kim Kangaroo (Hooked on Phonics, Hop Book Companion 10) by Leslie McGuire
THE LETTER HUNT Hooked on Phonics
Mad Dog by Leslie McGuire
Night is Right for Me by Leslie McGuire
The Race (Hooked on Phonics, Book 19) by Jan Swanberg
Slam & Dunk Go to the Moon by Chris Sawyer
Slam & Dunk in The Big Game (Slam & Dunk HOP Books, Book 15) Paperback - 1998 by Chris Sawyer
Tick-Tock Gets a Pal (Hooked on Phonics, Book 14) by Barney Saltzberg
Tim the Truck (Hooked on Phonics, Hop Book Companion 9)
The Very Hungry Bear (Hooked on Phonics, Book 24) by Joan Nodset Lexau
Whacky Jack by Jonathan London
Where is Zot (Hooked on Phonics, Book 13) by Barney Saltzberg
Tag (Hooked on Phonics, Book 5) by Bareney Saltzberg5
Pop Fox (Hooked on phonics) by Barney Saltzberg6
Tick-Tock (Hooked on Phonics, Book 12) by Barney Saltzberg12
Camper Kim by Jonathan London22
The Best Grandma Ever by Jan Swanberg23
Cat Tricks by Ruth Young25
A Rose, a Bridge, and a Wild Black Horse by Charlotte Zolotow29

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