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LEGO Ninjago #1: The Challenge of Samukai by Greg Farshtey1
LEGO Ninjago #2: Mask of the Sensei by Greg Farshtey2
LEGO Ninjago #3: Rise of the Serpentine by Greg Farshtey3
LEGO Ninjago #4: Tomb of the Fangpyre by Greg Farshtey4
LEGO Ninjago #5: Kingdom of the Snakes by Greg Farshtey5
LEGO Ninjago #6: Warriors of Stone by Greg Farshtey6
LEGO® Ninjago #7: Stone Cold by Greg Farshtey7
LEGO Ninjago #8: Destiny of Doom by Greg Farshtey8
LEGO Ninjago #9: Night of the Nindroids by Greg Farshtey9
LEGO Ninjago #10: The Phantom Ninja by Greg Farshtey10
LEGO Ninjago #11: Comet Crisis by Greg Farshtey11

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Recommendations

  1. LEGO Ninjago Reader #1: Way of the Ninja by Greg Farshtey (2011)
  2. LEGO Ninjago: Character Encyclopedia by DK Publishing (2012)
  3. Ninjago Pirates vs. Ninja/The Green Ninja by The Lego Group (2013)
  4. LEGO Ninjago: Ninja vs Ninja (Reader #12) by Kate Howard (2015)
  5. Star Wars: Jedi Academy by Jeffrey Brown (2013)
  6. LEGO Star Wars: Anakin to the Rescue by Ace Landers (2012)
  7. LEGO Ninjago: The Rescue Mission (Reader #11) by Kate Howard (2015)
  8. LEGO Ninjago (Ultimate Sticker Collection) by DK Publishing (2012)
  9. Lego Ninjago 2-books in One Binding: Techno Strike! Attack of the Nindroids [Paperback] by Kate Howard (2014)
  10. Extreme Babymouse by Jennifer L. Holm (2013)
  11. Lego Star Wars: Darth Maul's Mission by Ace Landers (2011)
  12. LEGO Legends of Chima: Wolf-Pack Attack! (Comic Reader #4) by Scholastic Inc. (2014)
  13. Disney Fairies Graphic Novel #9: Tinker Bell and Her Magical Arrival by Silvia Gianatti (2012)
  14. LEGO City: 3, 2, 1 Liftoff! (Scholastic Readers Level 1) by Sonia Sander (2011)
  15. LEGO Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith (DK Readers: Level 3) by Elizabeth Dowsett (2013)

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