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Series: A Big Golden Book

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The Big Golden Book of Animals (A Big Golden Book) by Mark Carwardine
The Big Golden Book of Backyard Birds (A Big Golden Book) by Kathleen N. Daly
The Big Golden Book of Dinosaurs by Mary Elting
The Big Golden Book of Dinosaurs (Big Golden Books) by Robert T. Bakker
The Big Golden Book of Knights and Castles (A Big Golden Book) by Barbara Weisberg
Big Golden Book of Laughs by Linda Aber
The Big Golden Book of the Wild West (A Big Golden Book) by Gina Ingoglia
The Chuckle Book by Golden Press
Dale Evans Prayer Book for Children by Dale Evans Rogers
The Four Seasons by William P. Gottlieb
The Golden Book of Little Verses (A Big Golden Book) by Miriam Clark Potter
The Golden Bunny (A Big Golden Book) by Margaret Wise Brown
The Great Big Car and Truck Book (A Big Golden Book) by Richard Scarry
The Great Big Wild Animal Book (A Big Golden Book in Full Color)
THE LIFE OF JESUS OF NAZARETH, A Big Golden Book by Erma Ferrari, told by
Little Red Riding Hood (A Big Golden Book) by Jane Dwyer
Mother Goose, Forty-Six Favorite Rhymes: A Big Golden Book by Violet La Mont
Rescuers Down Under (Big Golden Book) by Michael Teitelbaum
Roy Rogers, King of the Cowboys by Elizabeth Beecher
The Santa Claus Book: 43 Christmas Stories and Poems (A Big Golden Book) by Kathryn Jackson
Stories from Mary Poppins (A Big Golden Book) by P. L. Travers
Tenggren's Pirates, Ships and Sailors (A Big Golden Book) by Kathryn Jackson
Walt Disney's Pinocchio (A Big Golden Book) by Al Dempster
Walt Disney's The Adventures of Mr. Toad (A Big Golden Book) by Walt Disney
Whatever Happens to Kittens? by Bill Hall
Whatever Happens to Puppies? by Bill Hall

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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