Ashton, as Ellie would say to your plaint about the order of the books in the series, "If I lay it all out for you you won't grow and become a better person." I too get terribly mixed up on the different titles, and their order. I think I have two copies of #3, with different titles and different cover illustrations. These are the American and the UK editions. The only way I ever figured it out was that, in some of the books, on about the third page from the front cover, they show their pictures and array them in proper order. Once I had painfully figured it out, I wrote the numbers in my copies. So I could now go home (I'm at the office), get out the stack, arrange them by the numbers I've written in them, copy the list and send it to you. Although some of the others would think it's the least a fellow could do for a mate, that would upset Ellie, eh? I think I have to warn you of something--you who loved the first book so much. They don't actually get better. They bounce along, usually as good as Tomorrow, and sometimes almost as good.