Series: Professor Branestawm

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The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm by Norman Hunter1
Professor Branestawm's Treasure Hunt (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter2
The Peculiar Triumph of Professor Branestawm by Norman Hunter3
Professor Branestawm Up the Pole (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter4
Professor Branestawm's Great Revolution (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter5
Professor Branestawm Round the Bend (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter6
Professor Branestawm's Perilous Pudding (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter7
Professor Branestawm and the Wild Letters by Norman Hunter8
Professor Branestawm's Pocket Motor Car (Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter9
Professor Branestawm's Mouse War (Young Puffin Books) by Norman Hunter10
Professor Branestawm's Building Bust-up by Norman Hunter11
Professor Branestawm's Crunchy Crockery by Norman Hunter12
The Incredible Adventures of Professor Branestawm and Professor Branestawm Round the Bend by Norman HunterOmnibus 1,6
Professor Branestawm's Dictionary (Puffin Books) by Norman HunterExtra

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