Series: The Magic School Bus Phonics Reading Program

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The Magic School Bus Takes a Nap by Quinlan B. Lee01
The Magic School Bus Falls From the Nest by Quinlan B. Lee02
The Magic School Bus Sticks to It by Quinlan B. Lee03
The Magic School Bus Drops the Trash by Quinlan B. Lee04
Magic School Bus Pumps It up (Phonics Reading Program Book 5 - Short U) by Quinlan B. Lee05
The Magic School Bus Makes Flakes by Quinlan B. Lee06
The Magic School Bus Falls with the Leaves by Quinlan B. Lee07
The Magic School Bus Rides the Wind by Quinlan B. Lee08
The Magic School Bus Gets So Cold! by Quinlan B. Lee09
The Magic School Bus Flies to the Moon by Quinlan B. Lee10
The Magic School Bus Ships Out! by Quinlan B. Lee11
The Magic School Bus Loses a Tooth by Quinlan B. Lee12
The Magic School Bus Phonics Reading Program Set by Quinlan B. LeeComplete Set

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  1. The Magic School Bus Gets Caught in a Web by Jeanette Lane (2007)
  2. The Magic School Bus in the Bat Cave by Jeanette Lane (2006)
  3. Word Family Tales -ock: The Clock Who Would Not Tock by Pamela Chanke (2002)
  4. At-Home Phonics: The Hat by Judith Bauer Stamper (1998)
  5. Learn to Read with Planet Earth Box Set by Quinlan B. Lee (1996)
  6. Go Diego Go Phonics: Baby Jaguar Can! by Quinlan B. Lee (2007)
  7. Patterns in Spelling/Book 4 by Tim Brown (1990)
  8. The Magic School Bus Flies with the Dinosaurs by Martin Schwabacher (2005)
  9. Sleepyhead Sloth (Phonics Tales: sl) by Violet Findley (1948)
  10. Now I'm Reading!: Animal Antics - Level 1 (Now I'm Reading) by Nora Gaydos (2001)
  11. My Cat by Will McGovern (2004)
  12. Structures in Spelling: Words With Prefixes, Roots, and Suffixes by Tim Brown (1992)
  13. Up in the Sky (Phonics Museum, Volume 16) by Tom Garfield (2000)
  14. A Handbook for Reading (A Beka Book Reading Program) by Margaret McCary (1976)
  15. Ponds (Science Sight Word Readers) by Casey Lasko (2010)

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