Series: Origami Science Adventures

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Diggin' Dirt: Science Adventures with Kitanai the Origami Dog (Origami Science Adventures) by Thomas Kingsley Troupe
Glowing with Electricity: Science Adventures with Glenda the Origami Firefly (Origami Science Adventures) by Thomas Kingsley Troupe
Let's Rock!: Science Adventures with Rudie the Origami Dinosaur (Origami Science Adventures) by Eric Braun
Lookin' for Light: Science Adventures with Manny the Origami Moth (Origami Science Adventures) by Eric Braun
Magnet Power!: Science Adventures with MAG-3000 the Origami Robot (Origami Science Adventures) by Thomas Kingsley Troupe
Plant Parts Smarts: Science Adventures with Charlie the Origami Bee (Origami Science Adventures) by Eric Braun
Simply Sound: Science Adventures with Jasper the Origami Bat (Origami Science Adventures) by Eric Braun
Wild Weather: Science Adventures with Sonny the Origami Bird (Origami Science Adventures) by Thomas Kingsley Troupe

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