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By Ben Mast, Illustrated by Thea Green
The blue dragon tempts Penny with visions of a perfect world
By Annakai Hayakawa Geshlider, Illustrated by Marci Lessman
Sadie feels sorry for the neglected horses next door
By Gus Ruchman, Illustrated by Noel Lunceford
It's a peaceful morning on the coast of India when disaster strikes
By Christy Joy Frost, Illustrated by Vivien Rubin
Kayla sees her life differently after she meets Jane
By Natalia M. Thompson, Illustrated by Jessica Brodsky
Rosana's mother is giving her mixed messages
By Parth Ravel, Illustrated by Alex Hamilton
How can there be another shuttle with the same ID number?
By Karin Denton, Illustrated by Tara Hutchinson
Behind her new house, Karin discovers a beautiful meadow
By Katherine Roth, Illustrated by Emma Glennon
A lovable golden retriever sets out to find her lost friend
By Russell Freedman, Reviewed by Akeyla Todd
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