Oh, too much was added to make a thorough listing of. In the first six volumes, Alan Dean Foster added lots of extra business to the stories -- introductory material to set them up, bridging material between them, expanded backstory and character bits and dialogue within them. In the last four volumes, there was only one episode adapted apiece, with new stories added to flesh them out. Logs 7-9
started with the episode and then added a connected followup adventure to make it novel-length. Log 10
added three new storylines, one before, one during, and one after the episode adaptation.