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Irish Adventures of Worzel Gummidge by Keith Waterhouse
More Television Adventures of Worzel Gummidge by Keith Waterhouse
New Television Adventures of Worzel Gummidge and Aunt Sally by Keith Waterhouse
The St Michael Book of Worzel Gummidge Stories by Keith Waterhouse
The Television Adventures of Worzel Gummidge by Keith Waterhouse
The Trials of Worzel Gummidge (Puffin Books) by Keith Waterhouse
Worzel Gummidge by Barbara Euphan Todd1
Worzel Gummidge at the Fair (Young Puffin Books) by Keith Waterhouse
Worzel Gummidge Down Under by Keith Waterhouse
Worzel Gummidge Goes to the Seaside by Keith Waterhouse
Worzel's Birthday by Keith Waterhouse
Worzel Gummidge Again by Barbara Euphan Todd2
Worzel Gummidge and Saucy Nancy by Barbara Euphan Todd4
Earthy Mangold and Worzel Gummidge by Barbara Euphan Todd6
WORZEL GUMMIDGE AND THE RAILWAY SCARECROWS by Barbara Euphan Todd7
Worzel Gummidge at the Circus by Barbara Euphan Todd8
Worzel Gummidge and the Treasure Ship by Barbara Euphan Todd9
Detective Worzel Gummidge by Barbara Euphan Todd10

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