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ADMIRAL FATSO FITZPUGWASH (YOUNG PUFFIN READ ALONE) by John Ryan prequel
Captain Pugwash by John Ryan1
Captain Pugwash and the Huge Reward: A Tale of Smuggling in the Ancient Town of Sinkport for Children of All Ages by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash and the Pigwig (Read Alone) by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash and the Ruby (Colour Cubs S) by John Ryan
The Captain Pugwash Collection by John Ryanomnibus
Captain Pugwash in the Battle of Bunkum Bay (Picture Puffin Story Books) by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash in the Quest of the Golden Handshake (Picture Puffin Story Books) by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash: "The Fancy Dress Party", "The Mutiny", "The Wreckers", "The Midnight Feast". Complete & Unabridged (Cover to Cover): "The Fancy", "Dress ... "The Midnight Feast". Complete & Unabridged by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash: TV Cartoon Series (DVD) by John Ryan
Capten Pugwash: stori am For-ladron by John Ryan
Secret of the " San Fiasco " by John Ryan
Captain Pugwash and Pugwash Aloft by John Ryan omnibus 1-2
Pugwash Aloft by John Ryan2
Pugwash and the Ghost Ship by John Ryan3
Pugwash in the Pacific (Captain Pugwash) by John Ryan4
Pugwash and the Sea Monster (Picture Lions) by John Ryan5
Pugwash and the Buried Treasure (Captain Pugwash) by John Ryan11
Pugwash the Smuggler by John Ryan12
Captain Pugwash and the Mutiny by John Ryan14
Pugwash and the Mutiny and Pugwash and the Fancy-Dress Party by John Ryanomnibus 13-14
Pugwash and the midnight feast ; and Pugwash and the wreckers by John Ryanomnibus 15-16
The Quest of the Golden Handshake (Picture Lions) by John Ryan18
Captain Pugwash and the Birthday Party by John Ryan

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