Series: Jerry Todd

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Jerry Todd and the Whispering Mummy by Leo Edwards1
Jerry Todd and the Rose-Colored Cat by Leo Edwards2
Jerry Todd and the Oak Island Treasure by Leo Edwards3
Jerry Todd and the Waltzing Hen by Leo Edwards4
Jerry Todd and the Talking Frog by Leo Edwards5
Jerry Todd and the Purring Egg by Leo Edwards6
Jerry Todd in the Whispering Cave by Leo Edwards7
Jerry Todd, Pirate by Leo Edwards8
Jerry Todd and the Bob-Tailed Elephant by Leo Edwards9
Jerry Todd Editor-in-Grief by Leo Edwards10
Jerry Todd, Caveman by Leo Edwards11
Jerry Todd and the Flying Flapdoodle by Leo Edwards12
Jerry Todd and the Buffalo Bill Bathtub by Leo Edwards13
Jerry Todd's Up-the-Ladder Club by Leo Edwards14
Jerry Todd's Poodle Parlor by Leo Edwards15
Jerry Todd's Cuckoo Camp by Leo Edwards16

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