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Redwall by Brian Jacques1
Mossflower by Brian Jacques2
Mattimeo by Brian Jacques3
Mariel of Redwall by Brian Jacques4
Salamandastron by Brian Jacques5
Martin the Warrior by Brian Jacques6
The Bellmaker by Brian Jacques7
The Outcast of Redwall by Brian Jacques8
The Pearls of Lutra by Brian Jacques9
The Long Patrol by Brian Jacques10
Marlfox by Brian Jacques11
The Legend of Luke by Brian Jacques12
Lord Brocktree by Brian Jacques13
Taggerung by Brian Jacques14
Triss by Brian Jacques15
Loamhedge by Brian Jacques16
Rakkety Tam by Brian Jacques17
High Rhulain by Brian Jacques18
Eulalia! by Brian Jacques19
Doomwyte by Brian Jacques20
The Sable Quean by Brian Jacques21
The Rogue Crew by Brian Jacques22
The Great Redwall Feast by Brian Jacquespicture book
A Redwall Winter's Tale by Brian Jacquespicture book
Redwall Map (with The Redwall Riddler) by Brian Jacquesmap
Redwall Friend & Foe by Brian Jacquessupplement
The Redwall Series, Books 1-15 by Brian JacquesBoxed Set 1-15
The Redwall Series, Books 1-18 by Brian JacquesBoxed Set 1-18
The Redwall Series, Books 1, 3 by Brian JacquesBoxed Set 1,3
The Redwall Series, Books 1-20 by Brian JacquesBoxed Set 7-8,11,15
The Redwall Cookbook by Brian Jacquescookbook
The Tribes of Redwall: Badgers by Brian JacquesTribes supplement
The Tribes of Redwall: Otters by Brian JacquesTribes supplement
The Tribes of Redwall: Mice by Brian JacquesTribes supplement
The Tribes of Redwall: Hares by Brian JacquesTribes supplement
The Tribes of Redwall: Squirrels by Brian JacquesTribes supplement
Redwall: The Graphic Novel by Brian JacquesGraphic Novel

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In order of publication, Brian Jacques' "Redwall" novels.

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