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Series: The Alice and Jerry Basic Readers

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Here We Go by Emmet A. BettsK1.1
Over the Wall by Phyllis WilsonK1.2
Skip Along by Mabel O'DonnellK2.1
Under the Sky by Mabel O'DonnellK2.2
Open the Door by Mabel O'DonnellK2.3
High on a Hill by Mabel O'DonnellK2.4
Happy Days by Mabel O'DonnellK2.5
Rides and Slides by Mabel O'DonnellK2.6
Here and There by Mabel O'DonnellK2.7
Day In and Day Out by Mabel O'DonnellK3.1
The Wishing Well by Selma CoughlanK3.2
The Companion Book for Day In and Day Out by Mabel O'Donnell
The Companion Book for Engine Whistles by Mabel O'Donnell
The Companion Book for Round About by Mabel O'Donnell
The Companion Book for Runaway Home by Mabel O'Donnell
The Companion Book for Through the Green Gate by Mabel O'Donnell
Workbook for Day In and Day Out by Mabel O'Donnell
Workbook for Runaway Home by Mabel O'Donnell
Round About by Mabel O'Donnell1A
Anything Can Happen by Mary Geisler Phillips1B
Down the River Road by Mabel O'Donnell2A
Friendly Village by Mabel O'Donnell2B
Neighbors on the Hill by Marjorie Flack2C
Through the Green Gate by Mabel O'Donnell3A
If I Were Going by Mabel O'Donnell3B
The Five-and-a-Half Club by Margery Williams Bianco3C
Singing Wheels by Mabel O'Donnell4
Engine Whistles by Mabel O'Donnell5
Runaway Home by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth6
The New High on a Hill by Mabel O'DonnellNew K2.4
The New Day In and Day Out by Mabel O'DonnellNew K3.1
The New Wishing Well by Selma CoughlanNew K3.2
The New Round About by Mabel O'DonnellNew 1A
The New Anything Can Happen by Mary Geisler PhillipsNew 1B
The New Down the River Road by Mabel O'DonnellNew 2A
The New Friendly Village by Mabel O'DonnellNew 2B
The New Neighbors on the Hill by Marjorie FlackNew 2C
The New Through the Green Gate by Mabel O'DonnellNew 3A
The New If I Were Going by Mabel O'DonnellNew 3B
The New Five-and-a-Half Club by Margery BiancoNew 3C
The New Singing Wheels by Mabel O'DonnellNew 4
The New Engine Whistles by Mabel O'DonnellNew 5
The New Runaway Home by Elizabeth CoatsworthNew 6

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K[v.1 pt.1] Here We Go
K[v.1 pt.2] Over the Wall
K[v.2 pt.1] Skip Along
K[v.2 pt.2] Under the Sky
K[v.2 pt.3] Open the Door
K[v.2 pt.4] High on a Hill
K[v.2 pt.5] Happy Days
K[v.2 pt.6] Rides and Slides
K[v.2 pt.7] Here and There
K[v.3 pt.1] Day In and Day Out
K[v.3 pt.2] Wishing Well
1a. Round About
1b. Anything Can Happen
2a. Down the River Road
2b. Friendly Village
2c. Neighbors on the Hill
3a. Through the Green Gate
3b. If I Were Going
3c. The Five-and-a-Half Club
4. Singing Wheels
5. Engine Whistles
6. Runaway Home

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