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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

Jogger wants a bicycle for his birthday. He is trying so hard to be responsible and do his chores daily. He get excited to see Joey's bike and he forgets to do his chores. It takes a phone call from Daddy to get him back on track. Does Jogger get his bicycle in the end? Does he finally learn how to really be responsible?

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

Come take a trip with this inquisitive little piglet as he begins his life, become lost and encounters many barriers in trying to find his way home.Along the way, he meets new friends, Joey a skunk and Fred a mole. Together, they help him find his way to his house on a hill all painted red, where his family eagerly awaits his return.

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

A circus is coming to town, and Jogger always thought living and traveling with the circus would be enjoyable. He and Joey want to go, but they have no money. They think a job at the circus would be fun and would earn them enough for a ticket. Daydreaming, Jogger pictures himself as a clown, walking a tight rope, or other fun things. He and Joey get the job and are surprised that their new job is not fun but caring for the elephants. They soon realize, working at the circus is hard work, and they decide the circus is a good place to work and to visit, but they sure don't want to live there.

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

The "Cat" family moved into Jogger's neighborhood. Jogger is anxious to meet them, so he takes the family fresh baked treats and meets their kitties.He discovers his new friends, Declan and Wyatt enjoy some of the activities he loves.Their adventure begins with tools and boards and ends with them searching for pirates of the high seas.

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

‘Jogger Goes to a Car Show,’ is the eleventh book in the series of ‘Jogger’s Adventures.’ Jogger
attends a classy/antique car show with his Daddy and learns how to pick a winner.
After checking the many cars on display, he finally selects the one he thinks is the overall
winner. He meets Cathy, the queen of the show, and is happy when she awards the car he
selected, the Marlin, a gold tire gage trophy for being the ‘Best Of Show.’

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

Jogger Saves the Day, the ninth book in the ‘Jogger's Adventures,’ series, is a book about Jogger’s school band that needs and wants to buy new band uniforms for their school. They have no money, so Jogger shares his idea with the band members; to have a cupcake bake sale to raise funds to purchase the uniforms. With the help of their Mamas and their baking skills, they bake enough cupcakes to sell, so everyone has a brand, new uniform. Once again, Jogger finds a way

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

Jogger, a piglet is excited about his first day of school. With his friend Joey, he soon discovers that school is more than academics. Jogger and Joey are excited when they discover swimming is part of the curriculum. Learning how to swim means they will be able to join their friends during summer break, swimming in the old swimming hole.

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Author: Mary Griffith Chalupsky

Jogger’s Birthday Party is the thirteenth book of Jogger’s Adventures. Jogger is excited because he wants to have a birthday. He invites all his friends to come to his house for a party. Each friend has an excuse as to why they can’t attend. Jogger is very sad because he thinks his friends don’t wish to come to his party. He mopes around and decides to just go to bed. Jogger doesn’t know his friends are planning a surprise birthday party, and they show up later with gifts. Mama and Daddy serve delicious food, and they all have a wonderful time. Gifts, birthday cake and friends make it the biggest and best surprise ever.