Deep Trouble

Series

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Published

05/01/1994

#

19

Pages

117

Deep Trouble

In DEEP TROUBLE, find out why Billy Deep and his sister, Sheena, are afraid of dark lagoons, coral reefs, and anything that appears to be half-human, half-fish!

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