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Cassie wants to win the race for Susan
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Since the day Natalie was born, she and Juju have been close
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By Grace McNamee, Illustrated by Celeste Kelly
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By Alice Mar-Abe, Illustrated by Emina S. Sonnad
Change is a part of life
By Connor Pickens, Illustrated by José Chardiet
A Boy Scout hike turns scary when the boys spot a forest fire
By Hannah Blau, Illustrated by Claire O'Neill Sanger
Izzy realizes how much she loves running
By William Gwaltney, Illustrated by Gwyn Welch
William must keep his horse's magic powers a secret
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