Series: Pound Puppies

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Pound Puppies: Heathrow by Tom Ruegger1
Pound Puppies: Honeypot by Tom Ruegger2
Pound Puppies: Max by Tom Ruegger3
Pound Puppies: Willerby by Tom Ruegger4
Pound Puppies: A Big Coloring Book by Golden BooksColoring Book
Pound Puppies: a Giant Coloring Book by Golden BooksColoring Book
Pound Puppies: Snowball the Wonder Dog by Cindy WestGolden Book
Pound Puppies: The Gate Crashers by Dennis FertigGolden Book
Pound Puppies: The Puppy Who Couldn't Remember by Johnson HillGolden Book
Pound Puppies: Lost and Found by Teddy SlaterGolden Look-Look
Pound Puppies: Public Nuisance by Justine KormanGolden Look-Look
Pound Puppies: Pick of the Litter by Teddy SlaterLittle Golden Book
Pound Puppies: Problem Puppies by Justine KormanLittle Golden Book
Pound Puppies: The Puppy Nobody Wanted by A. C ChandlerLittle Golden Book
Pound Puppies: Fun from A to Z [book & sound recording] by Peter Pan RecordsPeter Pan Records
Pound Puppies: Jewel of the Pound [book and sound recording] by Peter Pan RecordsPeter Pan Records
Pound Puppies: Pet Project [book and sound recording] by Peter Pan RecordsPeter Pan Records
Pound Puppies: A Bark in the Dark by Sue HamiltonTonka

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