Series: Tales from Foster High

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Tales from Foster High [Library Edition] by John GoodeBook 1
Maybe With a Chance of Certainty (Tales of Foster High) by John GoodeBook 1.1
The End of the Beginning (Tales of Foster High) by John GoodeBook 1.2
Raise Your Glass (Tales of Foster High) by John GoodeBook 1.3
End of the Innocence (Tales of Foster High) by John GoodeBook 2
Dear God (Tales from Foster High, #4.5) by John GoodeMissing chapter from bk 2
Taking Chances (Tales from Foster High) by John GoodeBook 2.2
151 Days (Tales from Foster High, #6) by John GoodeBook 3
Going the Distance (Fadeaway series Book 1) by John GoodeBook 4/crossover
A Way Back to Then by Robert HalliwellBook 5
Save Yourself (Tales From Foster High) by John GoodeBook 5.5
When I Grow Up (Tales from Foster High) by John GoodeBook 6

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