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Clifford the big red dog by adapted by Teddy Margulies
Echoes from the basement by The Telling Room.
Foot prints by The Telling Room.
Measuring a year by by Linda Elovitz Marshall ; illustrations by Zara González Hoang.
My bindi by written by Gita Varadarajan ; Illustrated by Archana Sreenivasan.
Ralph breaks the internet [dvd] by producer, Clark Spencer ; writers/directors, Phil Johnson, Rich Moore.
News China. by Aug. 5, 2008 issue also called vol. no. 001.
The blame game by Sandie Jones.
Babysitter by Joyce Carol Oates.
Love on the brain by Ali Hazelwood.
Overkill by Sandra Brown.
The challenge by Danielle Steel.
Scenes from my life by Michael K. Williams with Jon Sternfeld.
Diana, William, and Harry by James Patterson and Chris Mooney.
Raising Lazarus by Beth Macy.
The housekeeper by Joy Fielding.
If Nietzsche were a narwhal by Justin Gregg.
Feeding Washington's army by Ricardo A. Herrera.
All the living and the dead by Hayley Campbell.
Dosmeralda, who ate everything! by Melissa de la Cruz ; illustrated by Primo Gallanosa.
Busy baby animals by Suzi Eszterhas.
Biscuit and the great fall day by story by Alyssa Satin Capucilli ; pictures by Rose Mary Berlin ; in the style of Pat Schories.
Karen's grandmothers by Ann M. Martin ; illustrations by Christine Almeda.
Gravebooks by by J. A. White.
Haven by Megan Wagner Lloyd.
Oceanarium by illustrated by Teagan White ; written by Loveday Trinick.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 [videorecording] by Paramount Pictures presents ;  in association with Sega Sammy Group an Original Film/Marza Animation Planet/Blur Studio production ; produced by Neal H. Moritz, Toby Ascher, Toru Nakahara, Hitoshi Okuno ; story by Pat Casey & Josh Miller ; screenplay by Pat Casey & Josh Miller and John Whittington ; directed by Jeff Fowler.
Mortal [sound recording] by Ted Dekker, Tosca Lee.
Confess by Colleen Hoover.
All your perfects by Colleen Hoover.
Maybe someday by Colleen Hoover.
It ends with us by Colleen Hoover.
Reminders of him by Colleen Hoover.
This is not the Abby show / [jjf] by Debbie Reed Fischer.
Moosehead Lake region by Suzanne M. AuClair.


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