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Surf's Up (Mercer Mayer's LC & the Critter Kids) by Mercer Mayer1
The Secret Code by Mercer Mayer2
Top Dog (Lc and the Critter Kids) by Mercer Mayer3
The Purple Kiss by Mercer Mayer4
The Pizza War by Mercer Mayer5
Mystery at Big Horn Ranch by Mercer Mayer6
Haunted House (Lc and the Critter Kids) by Mercer Mayer7
The E-Mail Mystery by Mercer Mayer8
Circus of the Ghouls by Mercer Mayer9
Lil Shop of Magic (Mercer Mayers's Lc the Critter Kids Mini Novels) by Mercer Mayer10
Little Shop of Magic by Mercer Mayer10
Blue Ribbon Mystery (Mercer Mayers's Lc + the Critter Kids Mini Novels) by Mercer Mayer11
Kiss of the Vampire (Mercer Mayer's LC the Critter Kids) by Erica Farber12

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Recommendations

  1. The Mummy's Curse by Erica Farber (1994)
  2. Jaguar's Paw by Mercer Mayer (1995)
  3. Just a Daydream (Look-Look) by Mercer Mayer (1989)
  4. If You Dream a Dragon (Critters of the Night) by J.R. Sansevere (1996)
  5. Junie B. Jones Is (almost) a Flower Girl by Barbara Park (1999)
  6. The Berenstain Bear Scouts and the Sinister Smoke Ring by Stan Berenstain (1997)
  7. Just Plain Cat by Nancy K. Robinson (1981)
  8. Flat Stanley by Jeff Brown (1964)
  9. Clifford The Small Red Puppy by Norman Bridwell (1972)
  10. The Berenstain Bears and the Slumber Party by Stan Berenstain (1990)
  11. The Case of the Elevator Duck by Polly Berrien Berends (1973)
  12. Dragons Don't Cook Pizza by Debbie Dadey (1997)
  13. Nate the Great and the Phony Clue by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat (1977)
  14. A Little Bit Scary by Gill Davies (1997)
  15. The Berenstain Bears and the Showdown at Chainsaw Gap (Big Chapter Books(TM)) by Stan Berenstain (1995)

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