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By Becky Shafer, Illustrated by Garrett Landon
Ben starts to feel better just as Joe faces a new problem
By Rachel Schneck, Illustrated by Jessica Libor
Can a wild horse ever really be tamed?
By Erin Brock, Illustrated by Nikkie Zanevsky
Will Rachel's plan save the puzzle people and get her home?
By Lucy Strother, Illustrated by Jade D'Addario
Holly's teddy bear gives her the courage to do the right thing
By Ryan G. Braun, Illustrated by John Fullbright
It's 217 BC, and Hannibal's army prepares to battle the Romans
By Lisa R. Neher, Illustrated by Sabina Kraushaar
Whether she gets the part or not, Marie knows she did her best
By Rosalie Schulick, Illustrated by the author
Family dynamics are the backdrop to this story about a pet duck
By Christina Kells, Illustrated by David Derish
A young teacher looks back on her escape from slavery
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