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By Leslie Pearsall, Illustrated by Jane Westrick
Dylan has dreams of glory for her new horse
By Max Strebel, Illustrated by the author
Frederick befriends a squirrel and loses his interest in TV
By Jill Cooley , Illustrated by Jessie Hennen
Why did their ballet teacher choose Morgan over Sarah?
By Arielle Gorin, Illustrated by Zoe Paschkis
He's only ten, but Ben has a job to do in the war too
By Simon Hatfield, Illustrated by Jackson A. Harris
The excitement of a bingo game comes to life
By Chris Heinrich, Illustrated by Joe Lobosco
Chris is torn between his dad's wishes and his own beliefs
By Stephanie Gomory, Illustrated by Tania Karas
A loving offer makes up for a broken jade elephant
By Neva Pederson, Illustrated by Alice Feng
Neva wishes she had listened to her conscience
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