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A Bad Break by Jacquelyn Reinach
The Great Race by Richard Hefter
THE NOISY BOOK (Sweet Pickles) by Edith Adams
Robot S.P.3 (Sweet Pickles Series, WRBC) by Richard Hefter
The Secret Club by Richard Hefter
Sweet Pickles, A through Z : 26 songs with giggles and tickles and pickles : vocal and piano with guitar and autoha by Jacquelyn Reinach
Weekly Reader Books presents the grand prize (Sweet Pickles) by Ruth Lerner Perle
Wet Paint by Jacquelyn Reinach
What's So Great About Nice? by Jacquelyn Reinach
Who Stole Alligator's Shoe? by Jacquelyn Reinach1
Scaredy Bear by Jacquelyn Reinach2
Fixed by Camel by Jacquelyn Reinach3
No Kicks For Dog by Richard Hefter4
Elephant Eats the Profits by Jacquelyn Reinach5
Fish and Flips by Jacquelyn Reinach6
Goose Goofs Off by Jacquelyn Reinach7
Hippo Jogs For Health by Richard Hefter8
Me Too Iguana by Jacquelyn Reinach9
Jackal Wants Everything by Jacquelyn Reinach10
Who Can Trust You, Kangaroo? by Richard Hefter11
Lion Is Down in the Dumps by Richard Hefter12
Moody Moose Buttons by Richard Hefter13
Nuts to Nightingale by Jacquelyn Reinach14
Octopus Protests by Jacquelyn Reinach15
Pig Thinks Pink by Richard Hefter16
Quail Can't Decide by Jacquelyn Reinach17
Rest, Rabbit, Rest by Jacquelyn Reinach18
Stork Spills the Beans by Richard Hefter19
Turtle Throws a Tantrum by Richard Hefter20
Happy Birthday Unicorn by Jacquelyn Reinach21
Kiss Me, I'm Vulture by Richard Hefter22
Very Worried Walrus by Richard Hefter23
Xerus Won't Allow It by Richard Hefter24
Yakety Yak Yak Yak by Richard Hefter25
Zip Goes Zebra by Richard Hefter26
Rainy Day Parade by Jacquelyn Reinach28
Wait! Wait! Wait! by Jacquelyn Reinach29
Some Friend by Richard Hefter31
What a Mess! by Jacquelyn Reinach33

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