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By Téa Freedman-Susskind, Illustrated by Lydia Giangregorio
Renee auditions to perform in a big concert hall
By Anika Kwan, Illustrated by Jo DeWaal
Ashley’s mom helps her see Bethany in a diΩerent light
By Victoria Boyden, Illustrated by Chloe Rose Dickerson
In ancient Greece, a mortal challenges a goddess to a contest
By Jack Norton, Illustrated by Spencer Hanson
Lyla can be annoying, but now Owen fears for her safety
By Charlotte Merrick, Illustrated by Athena Gerasoulis
Every person has a story
By Jordan Dunaway-Barlow, Illustrated by Megan Knizak
Jessica nurses a wounded cardinal back to health
By Kathryn Malnight, Illustrated by Alondra Paredes
Somewhere out there, Kathryn’s dog is living without her
By Jaylen Wang, Illustrated by Christine Stevens
Opposites attract: Jaylen and Mike were the best of friends
By Ella Staats, Illustrated by Mariah Olson
Why was Cincinnati the one sent to live with her grandparents?
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