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By Isabel Stronski, Illustrated by Sophia Kotschoubey
Mia finds the comfort she needs in an unlikely place
By Rachel Barglow, Illustrated by Ester Luna
What could be better than a night at the beach with friends?
By Catherine Chung, Illustrated by the author
Jeana blames herself for what happened to Spotz
By Katherine Tung, Illustrated by Aris Demopoulos
Amy is excited at the prospect of making a friend
By Sophia Harne, Illustrated by Claire Litsey
How can Annalise keep her memories of Cape Cod alive?
By Logan Gusmano, Illustrated by Tina Splann
Logan realizes he was wrong and decides to change
By Jack Zimmerman, Illustrated by Thomas Buchanan
All Jack needs is just one project with Grandpa
By Abby K. Svetlik, Illustrated by Audrey Zhang
It’s hard for Samantha to accept the changes in her life
By Cynthia Kadohata, Reviewed by Kobe Simon
By Wendelin Van Draanen, Reviewed by Lauren Vanden Bosch
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