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Star Wars Phonics: Meet Anakin by Quinlan B. LeeBook 1, short a
Star Wars Phonics: Friends to the End by Quinlan B. LeeBook 2, short e
Star Wars Phonics: Jar Jar's Trip by Quinlan B. LeeBook 3, short i
Star Wars Phonics: Here Come the Ewoks by Quinlan LeeBook 4, short o
Star Wars Phonics: How to Be a Jedi by Quinlan B. LeeBook 5, short u
Star Wars Phonics: Chase on Endor by Quinlan B. LeeBook 6, long a
Star Wars Phonics: Meet Han Solo by Quinlan B. LeeBook 7, long e
Star Wars Phonics: Hide Out by Quinlan B. LeeBook 8, long i
Star Wars Phonics: Here Come the Clones by Quinlan B. LeeBook 9, long o
Star Wars Phonics: Use the Force, Luke! by Quinlan B. LeeBook 10, long u
Star Wars Phonics: Workbook 1 (Short Vowel Sounds) by Quinlan B. LeeWorkbook 1 Short Vowel Sounds
Star Wars Phonics: Workbook 2 (Long Vowel Sounds) by Quinlan B. LeeWorkbook 2 Long Vowel Sounds
Star Wars: Phonics Boxed Set by Quinlan B. LeeBooks 1-10, Workbooks 1-2

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