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By Erin Trefny, Illustrated by Audrey Zhang
Alex has the ability to communicate through dance
By Emma Caroline Duncan, Illustrated by Miranda Adelman
Is the Jago bird really a curse, like everyone says?
By Chloe Montague, Illustrated by Samira Glaeser-Khan
A lost bracelet almost ruins Chloe’s day
By Trentin Lyle Stalnaker, Illustrated by Matthew Weaver
Trentin feels terrible about what he has done
By Shyla DeLand, Illustrated by Anika Knudson
A father tries to impress his teenage daughter
By Tatum Schutt, Illustrated by Vaeya Nichols
Carrie longs for something special to happen to her
By Isabella Reyes, Illustrated by Victoria D’Ascenzo
Things don’t always turn out like they do in movies
By Isabella Widrow, Illustrated by Elenia Henry
Isabella can’t stop crying when she hears the news
By Emily Knopf, Illustrated by Gordon Su
Will Anna ever see her brother again?
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