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By Emma Kilgore Hine, Illustrated by Chloe Scheffe
Kythia dreams of being a hero, like Queen Jocunda
By Sophie Eisenberg-Edidin, Illustrated by Claire Neviaser
Maggie's father returns from the war a changed man
By MadeIon Case, Illustrated by Emily Culbert
After their shared experience, Erica sees another side of Amy
By Hannah Postel, Illustrated by Leigh Marie Marshall
Hannah loses herself in her role and becomes Romeo
By Caitlin Peterson, Illustrated by Lydia Trottmann
Two sisters create an imaginary world together
By Molly Ostertag, Illustrated by Evan Mistur
While she's at camp, Molly falls in love with a kitten
By Preston Craig, Illustrated by Elizabeth Wright
Will Jessica find the confidence to pursue her talent?
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