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Die Pizza- Bande. Sammelband. Geisterstunde bei der Pizza- Bande. ( Ab 10 J.) by Matthias Martin
Die Pizza-Bande: Kakerlaken im Salat oder Die Flüsterstimme by Ursel Scheffler1
Die Pizza-Bande: Die verbeulte Erbschaft oder Das Spukhaus by Matthias Martin3
Das Paradies der Frösche oder der Bandenkrieg. Pizza-Bande ; Bd. 5 by Max Kruse5
Die Pizza- Bande VI. Spaghetti im Benzintank. ( Ab 10 J.) by Margot Potthoff6
Die Pizza- Bande VII. Gespenster essen keinen Hering oder das Katzenversteck. ( Ab 10 J.) by Tina Caspari7
Die Pizza- Bande VIII. Hände weg von Teddybären oder Die Schmuggler. ( Ab 10 J.) by Evelyne Kolnberger8
Die Pizza- Bande 09. Tomatensuppe für den Vampir oder Hilfe in Not. by Margot Potthoff9
Die Pizza- Bande XII. Pfeffer für Pistazien- Paule oder Die Extratour. ( Ab 10 J.) by Rainer M. Schröder12
Kartoffelsalat und kalte Füße oder Die Knatterbande by Matthias Martin13
Die Pizza- Bande XIV. Das Gespenst im Schaukelstuhl oder Die Hilfsaktion. ( Ab 10 J.) by Margot Potthoff14
Die Pizza- Bande XVII: Zucker im Tank oder Die Hehlerbande by Wolfgang Hohlbein17
Die Pizza- Bande XVIII. Pizza bella Napoli oder Der Mann im schwarzen Mantel. ( Ab 10 J.) by Ursel Scheffler18
Die Pizza- Bande XVIIII. Ein Hut kann nicht fliegen. ( Ab 10 J.). Oder Die Jagd nach dem Feuerteufel by Helmut Walbert19
Die Pizza- Bande XX. Die Ballonpiraten oder der Engel ohne Zeigefinger. ( Ab 10 J.). ( Abenteuer) by Matthias Martin20
Die Pizza- Bande XXII. Der Köder mit den sanften Pfoten oder Der Verdacht. ( Ab 10 J.) by Rainer M. Schröder22
Die Pizza- Bande XXIV. Wenn alle Pizzas strahlen ( Ab 10 J.). Oder das Computerfieber by Günter Huth24
Vampire kauen keine Knoblauchzehen, oder, Der Kapuzenmann (Pizza-Bande 25) by Rainer M. Schröder25
Die Pizza- Bande XXVI. Ketchup- Piraten sehen rot oder die Diamantenräuber. ( Ab 10 J.) by Margit Kollmar26
Die Pizza- Bande 27. Elefanten tragen keine Spitzen oder Rettung in letzter Minute. by Max Kruse27
Die Pizza-Bande: Die geköpfte Göttin oder Raub um Mitternacht by Rainer M. Schröder28

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