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My Book House: In the Nursery (Vol. 1 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller1
My Book House: Up One Pair of Stairs (Vol. 2 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller2
My Book House: Through Fairy Halls (Vol. 3 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller3
My Book House: The Treasure Chest (Vol. 4 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller4
My Book House: From the Tower Window (Vol. 5 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller5
My Book House: The Latch Key (Vol. 6 of 6) by Olive Beaupre Miller6
My Book House: Story Time (Vol. 2 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller2
Up One Pair of Stairs (My Bookhouse Volume Three, Red Series) by Olive Beaupre Miller3
My Book House: Through the Gate (Vol. 4 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller4
My Book House: Over the Hills (Vol. 5 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller5
My Book House: Through Fairy Halls (Vol. 6 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller6
My Book House: The Magic Garden (Vol. 7 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller7
My Book House: Flying Sails (Vol. 8 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller8
My Book House: The Treasure Chest (Vol. 9 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller9
My Book House: From the Tower Window (Vol. 10 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller10
My Book House: In Shining Armor (Vol. 11 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller11
My Book House: Halls of Fame (Vol. 12 of 12) by Olive Beaupre Miller12
My Book House: Your Child's World: The Specific Approach to Daily Problems by George R. BachGuide
My Book House: In Your Hands by Olive Beaupre MillerGuide
My book house by Olive Beaupré MillerSets
My Book House (V.1-12) by Olive Beaupre MillerSets
My Book House (V.1-5) by Olive Beaupre MillerSets
My Book House (V.1-6) by Olive Beaupre MillerSets

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History and organization of the volumes is found here:
http://www.oldchildrensbooks.com/cata...

This series was published in 6 volume, 7 volume, and 12 volume sets with an additional Parent Guide added to the 12 volume set.

The seven volume series has its own page under "My Book House Red Series"

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