Series: Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection

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After Columbus: The Horse's Return to America (Smithsonian Wil Heritage Collection) by Herman J. Viola
Beaver Stream (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Marilyn F. Holmer
Beezles Bravery (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Joey Elliott
Black Bear Cub (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Alan Lind
Delvers Danger (Smithsonian Wild Collection) by Susan Thompson-Hoffman
Frolics Dance (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Valerie Harms
Gray Wolf Pup (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Doe Boyle
Heart of the Arctic: The Story of a Polar Bear Family (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection. the Wild Alaska Series) by Deborah Howland
Jackrabbit and the Prairie Fire by Susan Saunders
Little Porcupine's Winter Den (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Susan Thompson-Hoffman
Prairie Dog Town (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Bettye Rogers
Puffin's Homecoming: The Story of an Atlantic Puffin (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Darice Bailer
Puma Range (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Michael C. Armour
Scamps New Home (Smithsonian wild heritage collection) by Joey Elliott
Seasons of a Red Fox (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection. Atlantic Wilderness Series.) by Susan Saunders
Summer Coat, Winter Coat: The Story of a Snowshoe Hare (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Doe Boyle
Swan Flyway: The Tundra Swan (The Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Dana Limpert
Tassel's Mission (The Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Susan Thompson-Hoffman
Wild and Free: The Story of a Black-Footed Ferret (Smithsonian Wild Heritage Collection) by Jo-Ellen Bosson

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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