Series: Mercy Watson

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Mercy Watson to the Rescue by Kate DiCamillo1
Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride by Kate DiCamillo2
Mercy Watson Fights Crime by Kate DiCamillo3
Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise by Kate DiCamillo4
Mercy Watson Thinks Like a Pig by Kate DiCamillo5
Mercy Watson: Something Wonky this Way Comes by Kate DiCamillo6
Mercy Watson to the Rescue / Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride by Kate DiCamilloOmnibus 1-2
Mercy Watson to the Rescue/ Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride / Mercy Watson Fights Crime by Kate DiCamilloOmnibus 1-3
Mercy Watson Fights Crime / Mercy Watson: Princess in Disguise by Kate DiCamilloOmnibus 3-4
Mercy Watson Thinks Like a Pig / Mercy Watson: Something Wonky This Way Comes by Kate DiCamilloOmnibus 5-6

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