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Cindy Bear by Jean Klinordlinger
Hanna Barbera Family Favorites: Yogi Bear by Etta Wilson
Hey There - It's Yogi Bear! [Little Golden Book] by Carl Memling
Huckleberry Hound and Yogi Bear by Ann McGovern
Life is a Pic-a-Nic: Tips and Tricks for the Smarter Than the Av-er-age Bear by Yogi Bear
Sing Along with Yogi Bear and his Friends
Yogi Bear and His Friends by Hanna-Barbera Productions
Yogi Bear and the Baby Skunk by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear and the Bubble Gum Lion by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear and the Colorado River by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear and the Cranky Magician by William Johnston
Yogi Bear and the Impossible Ski Tracks by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear and the Super Scooper (Whitman Tell-a-Tale) by Nancy Hoag
Yogi Bear and the Three Pies by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear and the UOJPBTCUTPAKIC by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear Giant Story Book by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear Goes Country and Western by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear Goes to College and Other Stories by Bill Hanna
Yogi Bear Helps Santa by Eileen Daly
Yogi Bear Makes a Wish by Hanna Barbera
Yogi Bear Saves Jellystone Park by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear Story Book
Yogi Bear Teaches Booboo Some Ecology (Durabook 39032) by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear: A Christmas Visit by S. Quentin Hyatt
Yogi Bear: Ghost of a Chance by Hanna Barbera
Yogi Bear: Home Sweet Jellystone by Dandi Mackall
Yogi Bear: Lost and Found by Ronald Kidd
Yogi Bear: Mosquito Flying Day by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear: No Picnic by Eileen Daly
Yogi Bear: Our Hero by S. Quentin Hyatt
Yogi Bear: Playtime in Jellystone Park by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear: The Ghost of Beaver Dam
Yogi Bear: The Jellystone Jukebox Mystery by Horace J. Elias
Yogi Bear: Yummy in My Tummy : A Pull-N-Peek Counting Book (Hanna-Barbera Cartoon Classics,) by Leslie McGuire

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