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By Lena Greenberg, Illustrated by Laney Haskell
Jessie wishes her older sister would still play paper dolls with her
By Emmy J. X. Wong, Illustrated by Charlotte Eisenberg
Will Jimmy’s parents have to miss their trip of a lifetime?
By Andrew Lee, Illustrated by Erin Wolf
Andrew forgets the bitter cold once he starts playing soccer
By Erin Cadora, Illustrated by the author
Ever since she discovered the baby mice, Aneesa has been happier
By Christopher Fifty, Illustrated by Indra Boving
The geese battle a fierce storm on their way to a warmer place
By Alison Buick, Illustrated by Daria Lugina
Sydney is jealous of Michelle, until the unthinkable happens
By Cassie Armon, Illustrated by Jessa Fogel
Friendship, loss—Cassie learns about the preciousness of life
By Victoria Beccar Varela, Illustrated by Leela Keshav
It’s scary to try something new, but you might be glad you did
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