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The Booklets' baking boo-boo: A story about obeying, featuring the Psalty family of characters created by Ernie and Debby Rettino (Kids' praise adventure series) by Ken Gire
Harmony's hullabaloo at the zoo: A story about dealing with fears : featuring the Psalty family of characters created by Ernie and Debby Rettino (Kids' praise! adventure series) by Ken Gire
Limburger's Little White Lie: A Story About Telling the Truth (Kids' Praise Adventure Series) by Ken Gire
Melody's Kooky Cover-Up: A Story About Building Self-Worth : Featuring the Psalty Family of Characters Created by Ernie and Debby Rettino (Kids) by Ken Gire
Rhythm and Blues: A Story About Doing Right When You Feel Wronged (Kids Praise Adventure Series) by Ken Gire
Spotlight on Charity by Ken Gire

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  1. Psalty in the Soviet Circus (Psalty's Worldwide Adventure Series) by Ernie Rettino (1991)
  2. Psalty in Egypt (Psalty's Worldwide Adventure Series) by Ernie Rettino (1991)
  3. Psalty in the South Pacific (Psalty's Worldwide Adventure Series) by Ernie Rettino (1991)
  4. Point of No Return by Paul McCusker (1995)
  5. Ducktails (Classic Children's Story) by Janette Oke (1820)
  6. Buzzle Billy: A Book About Sharing (Building Christian Character) by Michael P. Waite (1987)
  7. Small Gifts In God's Hands by Max Lucado (2000)
  8. Adam Raccoon and the Circus Master by Glen Keane (1987)
  9. The White Trail by Barbara Davoll (1988)
  10. Someday Heaven by Larry Libby (1993)
  11. Mandie and the Mysterious Fisherman by Lois Gladys Leppard (1992)
  12. The Boy With a Sling: The Story of David and Goliath by Mary Phraner Warren (1965)
  13. God Gave Us You by Lisa Tawn Bergren (2000)
  14. God, I've Gotta Talk to You by Anne Jennings (1981)
  15. Life Of Jesus For Children (The Light Of The World) by Katherine Paterson (2008)

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