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Wishbone Classic #01 Don Quixote (Wishbone Classics) by Miguel de Cervantes1
Wishbone Classic #02 Odyssey (Wishbone Classics) by Homer2
Wishbone Classic #03 Romeo and Juliet (Wishbone Classics) by William Shakespeare3
Wishbone Classic #04 Joan of Arc (Wishbone Classics) by Patrice Selene4
Wishbone Classic #05 Oliver Twist (Wishbone Classics) by Joanne Mattern5
Wishbone Classic #06 The Adventures of Robin Hood (Wishbone Classics) by Joanne Mattern6
Wishbone Classic #07 Frankenstein (Wishbone Classics) by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley7
Wishbone Classic #08 The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (Wishbone Classics) by Joanne Mattern8
Wishbone Classic #09 A Journey to the Center of the Earth by Jules Verne9
Wishbone Classic #10 The Red Badge of Courage (Wishbone) by Michael Burgan10
The Adventures of Tom Sawer [adapted - Wishbone Classics] by Stephen Fuentes11
Wishbone Classic #12 Ivanhoe by Walter Scott12

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Chapter books of the classics with Wishbone the dog as a pseudo narrator..

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