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The Magic School Bus Inside Ralphie by Joanna Cole1
The Magic School Gets Eaten: A Book About Food Chains by Pat Relf2
The Magic School Bus Hops Home by Pat Relf3
The Magic School Bus Meets the Rot Squad by Joanna Cole04
The Magic School Bus: All Dried Up: A Book About Deserts by Joanna Cole5
The Magic School Bus in the Haunted Museum by Linda Beech06
The Magic School Bus Gets Baked in a Cake by Joanna Cole7
The Magic School Bus Plays Ball by Joanna Cole8
The Magic School Bus Plants Seeds by Joanna Cole9
The Magic School Bus Gets Ants in Its Pants by Joanna Cole10
The Magic School Bus Kicks Up a Storm by Nancy White11
The Magic School Bus Blows Its Top by Gail Herman12
The Magic School Bus Going Batty by Joanna Cole13
The Magic School Bus Butterfly and the Bog Beast by Nancy Krulik14
The Magic School Bus Wet All Over by Pat Relf15
The Magic School Bus in a Pickle by Joanna Cole16
The Magic School Bus Taking Flight by Joanna Cole17
The Magic School Bus Out of this World by Joanna Cole18
The Magic School Bus Gets Cold Feet by Tracey West19
The Magic School Bus Ups and Downs by Joanna Cole20
The Magic School Bus in the Arctic by Joanna Cole21
The Magic School Bus Spins a Web by Joanna Cole22
The Magic School Bus Gets a Bright Idea by Nancy White23
The Magic School Bus Shows and Tells by Joanna Cole24
The Magic School Bus Makes a Rainbow by Joanna Cole25
The Magic School Bus Goes Upstream by Joanna Cole26
The Magic School Bus Gets Planted by Lenore Notkin27
The Magic School Bus Sees Stars by Nancy White28
The Magic School Bus Gets Programmed by Joanna Cole29
The Magic School Bus Takes a Dive by Joanna Cole30
The Magic School Bus Answers Questions by Anne Schreiber31
The Magic School Bus in the Rainforest by Eva Moore32
Magic School Bus TV Tie-in 1,12,15,28 by Joanna ColeOmnibus 1,12,15,28

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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