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The Magic School Bus and the Missing Tooth by Jeanette Lane
The Magic School Bus and the Shark Adventure by Elizabeth Smith
The Magic School Bus Arctic Adventure by Gail Herman
The Magic School Bus at the First Thanksgiving by Joanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Blasts into Space (Scholastic Reader, Level 2) by Kristin Earhart
The Magic School Bus Builds the Statue of Liberty by Anne Capeci
The Magic School Bus Comes to Its Senses (Magic School Bus) by Kristin Earhart
The Magic School Bus Flies from the Nest by Joanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Flies with the Dinosaurs by Martin Schwabacher
The Magic School Bus Gets Caught in a Web by Jeanette Lane
The Magic School Bus Gets Crabby (Scholastic Reader, Level 2) by Kristin Earhart
The Magic School Bus Gets Recycled by Anne Capeci
The Magic School Bus Has a Heart by Anne Capeci
The Magic School Bus in the Bat Cave by Jeanette Lane
The Magic School Bus Lost in the Snow by Joanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Rides the Wind by Anne Capeci
The Magic School Bus Sleeps for the Winter by Eva Moore
The Magic School Bus Takes a Moonwalk by Joanna Cole
The Magic School Bus Weathers the Storm by Kristin Earhart
The Magic School Bus: Fights Germs by Kate Egan
The Magic School Bus: The Wild Leaf Ride by Judith Stamper
The Magic School Bus Flies From the Nest/The Magic School Bus Rides the Wind by Joanna ColeOmnibus
Magic School Bus Wild Leaf Ride, Magic School Bus Flies from the Nest, Turtle and Snake's Day by Judith StamperOmnibus

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