Would You 175 copies, 25 reviews
Folly 141 copies, 20 reviews
Mable Riley: A Reliable Record of Humdrum, Peril, and Romance 138 copies, 3 reviews
How it Happened in Peach Hill 129 copies, 4 reviews
Hannah's Collections 76 copies, 4 reviews
What We Hide 75 copies, 25 reviews
"Scribbling Women": True Tales from Astonishing Lives 74 copies, 20 reviews
Same Same 71 copies, 4 reviews
Hannah and the Seven Dresses 48 copies, 6 reviews
Sam Sorts 43 copies, 16 reviews
Over Under 38 copies, 1 review
A Big Dose of Lucky (Secrets) 37 copies, 12 reviews
Earthly Astonishments 36 copies
The Invisible Day 34 copies
Ones and Twos 32 copies, 5 reviews
Aggie Morton, Mystery Queen: The Body under the Piano 29 copies, 14 reviews
Eats 29 copies, 1 review
Sneaky Art: Crafty Surprises to Hide in Plain Sight 29 copies, 2 reviews
Viminy Crowe's Comic Book 25 copies, 8 reviews
One Some Many 25 copies
ABC x 3 English, Espanol, Francais 23 copies, 1 review
Where Do You Look? 19 copies
Ready for Winter 16 copies, 2 reviews
Which Way? 15 copies
Ready for Spring 14 copies, 2 reviews
Ready for Summer 13 copies, 1 review
Ready for Autumn 13 copies, 2 reviews
The Invisible Harry 12 copies
A Day with Nellie 10 copies
A Home for Foundlings 10 copies
One Patch of Blue 8 copies, 3 reviews
Mayfly 8 copies
One Piece of String 8 copies
First Times: Stories Selected by Marthe Jocelyn 8 copies, 1 review
One Red Button 7 copies
One Yellow Ribbon 6 copies, 1 review
The Invisible Enemy 5 copies
Sweet Invention, A 1 copy
Forever Tree, The 1 copy
Making Faces 1 copy
Busy Farm, A 1 copy
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