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By Hilary Miller, Illustrated by Valerie Thompson
There must be something Jiraporn can do to help her family
By Lucy Lumsdaine, Illustrated by the author
Elle can't keep her anger and sadness bottled up any longer
By Max Strebel, Illustrated by the author
Ann is only three when she forms a bond with the bear cubs
By by Rebekah Carbajal, Illustrated by Joe Lobosco
Brandon learns to appreciate the conveniences of modern life
By Zhang He, Illustrated by Isabel Kimmelfield
Can the damage caused by a false accusation ever be erased?
By Marie Agnello
Marie's great-grandmother had a beloved pen pal in France
By Lyra Mulhern, Illustrated by Stephanie Andriulli
Fern and her father share a love for animals
By Barry Denenberg, Reviewed by Cassy Charyn
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