Series: Pound Puppies

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The Gate Crashers (Pound Puppies) by Dennis Fertig
Heathrow (Pound Puppies)
Max (Hippo Books)
Pick of the Litter (Little Golden Readers/Pound Puppies) by Teddy Slater
Pound Puppies by A.C. Chandker
Pound Puppies (Coloring Book) by Coloring Book
Pound Puppies in "Fun From A to Z" (Fun from A to Z) by Herb Davidson and Charlotte Sanders
Pound Puppies in Lost and Found (Look Look Series) by Teddy Slater
Pound Puppies in Public Nuisance (Look Look Series) by Justine Korman
Pound Puppies: A Bark in the Dark by Sue Hamilton/ Tonka
Pound Puppies: Jewel of the Pound by Charlotte Herb & Sanders Davidson
Pound Puppies: Pet Project by Peter Pan Inc
Problem Puppies by Justine Korman
The puppy nobody wanted (A Golden book) by A. C Chandler
Puppy Who Couldn't Remember (Pound Puppies) by Johnson Hill
Snowball the Wonder Dog (Pound Puppies) by Cindy West

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