Series: Wishbone Classics

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Don Quixote (Wishbone Classics #1) by Michael Burgan1
Odyssey (Wishbone Classics #2) by Joanne Mattern2
Romeo and Juliet (Wishbone Classics #3) by Billy Aronson3
Joan of Arc (Wishbone Classics #4) by Patrice Selene4
Oliver Twist (Wishbone Classics #5) by Joanne Mattern5
The Adventures of Robin Hood (Wishbone Classics #6) by Joanne Mattern6
Frankenstein (Wishbone Classics #7) by Michael Burgan7
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Wishbone Classic #08) by Joanne Mattern8
A Journey to the Center of the Earth (Wishbone Classics #09) by Billy Aronson9
The Red Badge of Courage (Wishbone Classics) by Michael Burgan10
The Adventures of Tom Sawer (Wishbone Classics) by Stephen Fuentes11
Ivanhoe (Wishbone Classic #12) by Joanne Mattern12

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  1. Salty Dog by Brad Strickland (1997)
  2. The Treasure of Skeleton Reef by Brad Strickland (1997)
  3. Dog Days of the West by Vivian Sathre (1998)
  4. The Halloween Joker by Anne Capeci (1998)
  5. To Sniff a Thief (Wishbone Mysteries) by A. D. Frances (2000)
  6. The Sorcerer's Apprentice (Wishbone-The Early Year) by Carla Jablonski (1999)
  7. The Treasure of Skeleton Reef by Thomas E. Fuller (1997)
  8. Curse of Gold (Adventures of Wishbone) by A. D. Francis (2000)
  9. Wishbone and the Forty Thieves (Wishbone's Tales of a Pup) by A. D. Francis (2000)
  10. I Want a Pony by Jeanne Betancourt (1994)
  11. Meet Kit: An American Girl by Valerie Tripp (2000)
  12. Houseboat Mystery by Gertrude Chandler Warner (1967)
  13. The Magic School Bus Inside Ralphie by Joanna Cole (1995)
  14. The Return of the Indian by Lynne Reid Banks (1986)
  15. Earthquake in the Early Morning by Mary Pope Osborne (2001)

Series description

Chapter books of the classics with Wishbone the dog as a pseudo narrator..


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