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By Julia Swearer, Illustrated by Claire Neviaser
Emily moved away, and Amy misses her terribly
By Luria Rittenberg, Illustrated by the author
Luria's grandmother tells a story from her childhood
By Reid Plumley, Illustrated by Aaron Phillips
Will Jack make it out of the snowstorm alive?
By Jeanne Mack, Illustrated by Natalie Chin
It's not easy starting over in a new country
By Karina Emilia Palmitesta, Illustrated by Lainey Guddat
Does Krista have room in her heart for two cats?
By Ingrid Johnson, Illustrated by Isabel Kimmelfield
Jason realizes how much Jenny meant to him
By Andrea Albertini, Illustrated by Jessie Hennen
It's Julia's dream to study music at a prominent college
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