Series: Pebble Books: All About Pets

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Birds (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Cats (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Dogs (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Fish (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Guinea Pigs (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Martha E. H. Rustad
Hamsters (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Horses (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Martha E. H. Rustad
Rabbits (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Helen Frost
Snakes (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Martha E. Rustad
Turtles (Pebble Books: All About Pets) by Martha E. Rustad

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  1. Eating Right (Food Guide Pyramid) by Helen Frost (2000)
  2. Spring (Pebble Books: Seasons) by Gail Saunders-Smith (1998)
  3. Crickets (Pebble Books: Insects) by Cheryl Coughlan (1999)
  4. The Muscular System (Human Body Systems) by Helen Frost (2001)
  5. A Rainy Day (What Kind of Day is it?) by Lola M. Schaefer (1999)
  6. Grandmother (Pebble Books: Families) by Lola M. Schaefer (1999)
  7. Black Bears (Pebble Books: Bears) by Marcia S. Freeman (1998)
  8. Warthogs (Animals) by Kevin J. Holmes (1999)
  9. Halloween (Pebble Books: Holidays and Celebrations) by Mari C. Schuh (2002)
  10. My Pet Fish (All About Pets) by Lori Coleman (1998)
  11. Math: I Love a Parade [red, A] by Ellen Catala (2002)
  12. What Are Deserts? (Pebble Books: Earth Features) by Lisa Trumbauer (2002)
  13. An Alphabet Salad: Fruits and Vegetables from A to Z (A+ Books: Alphabet Books) by Sarah L. Schuette (2003)
  14. Ringo Saves The Day! : A True Story by Andrew Clements (2001)
  15. Manatees (Ocean Life) by Martha E. H. Rustad (2003)

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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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