Series: Mr Pipes

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Mr. Pipes and Psalms and Hymns of the Reformation by Douglas Bond1
Mr Pipes And The British Hymn Makers by Douglas Bond2
Mr Pipes Comes To America by Douglas Bond3
The Accidental Voyage: Discovering Hymns Of The Early Centuries by Douglas Bond4

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  1. Duncan's War by Douglas Bond (2002)
  2. Hymns for a Kid's Heart - Volume 1 by Bobbie Wolgemuth (2003)
  3. Thunderstorm in Church by Louise A. Vernon (1993)
  4. Hostage Lands by Bond (2006)
  5. Morning Star of the Reformation by Andy Thomson (1988)
  6. Christian Liberty Nature Reader Book 1 by Wendy Kramer (1992)
  7. Peril and Peace: Chronicles of the Ancient Church (History Lives series) by Mindy Withrow (2005)
  8. God King: A Story in the Days of King Hezekiah by Joanne Williamson (2002)
  9. The Story of Rolf and the Viking Bow by Allen French (1994)
  10. The Mystery of History Volume II: The Early Church and the Middle Ages by Linda Lacour Hobar (2007)
  11. The Gift of Music: Great Composers and Their Influence by Jane Stuart Smith (1978)
  12. The Farewell Symphony by Anna Harwell Celenza (2000)
  13. Streams of Civilization, Volume 1: Earliest Times to the Discovery of the New World by Mary Stanton (1992)
  14. The Magna Charta by James Daugherty (1956)
  15. The World of Christopher Columbus and sons by Genevieve Foster (1965)

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