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Minnie and Moo & the Seven Wonders of the World (Minnie & Moo) by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo and the Haunted Sweater (I Can Read Book 3) by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo and the Musk of Zorro by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo and the Potato from Planet X by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo and the Thanksgiving Tree by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo Go Dancing by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo Go to Paris by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo go to the moon by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo Meet Frankenswine by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo Save the Earth by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: The Attack of the Easter Bunnies by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: The Case of the Missing Jelly Donut by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: The Night Before Christmas by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: The Night of the Living Bed by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: Wanted Dead or Alive by Denys Cazet
Minnie and Moo: Will You Be My Valentine? (I Can Read Book 3) by Denys Cazet

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  4. Happy Haunting, Amelia Bedelia by Herman Parish (2004)
  5. Elvis the Rooster Almost Goes to Heaven by Denys Cazet (2003)
  6. Nate the Great and the Monster Mess by Marjorie Weinman Sharmat (1999)
  7. Cam Jansen and the Chocolate Fudge Mystery by David A. Adler (1993)
  8. Dance with Rosie by Patricia Reilly Giff (1996)
  9. Commander Toad and the Planet of the Grapes by Jane Yolen (1982)
  10. Cows Can't Fly by David Milgrim (1998)
  11. Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa: Partners by Erica Silverman (2006)
  12. Arthur Goes to Camp by Marc Brown (1982)
  13. Mercy Watson to the Rescue by Kate DiCamillo (2005)
  14. My Brother, Ant by Betsy Byars (1996)
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