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Series: Owl Diaries

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Eva's Treetop Festival: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #1) by Rebecca Elliott1
Eva Sees a Ghost: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #2) by Rebecca Elliottbook two
A Woodland Wedding: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #3) by Rebecca Elliottbook three
Eva and the New Owl by Rebecca Elliottbook four
Warm Hearts Day: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #5) by Rebecca Elliott5
Baxter is Missing: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #6) by Rebecca Elliott6
The Wildwood Bakery: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #7) by Rebecca Elliott7
Eva and the Lost Pony: A Branches Book (Owl Diaries #8) by Rebecca Elliott#8

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  10. Kung Pow Chicken #1: Let's Get Cracking! (A Branches Book) by Cyndi Marko (2014)
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