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By Abbie Brubaker, Illustrated by Anton Dymtchenko
The children value life more than their elders
By Bethany Grace Wade, Illustrated by Alicia Zanoni
Tansy is deaf, but that doesn't mean she and Emma can't be friends
By Manuel Anderson, Illustrated by Zachary Meyer
Manuel still remembers his remarkable friend from Venezuela
By Emily Saso, Illustrated by Abigail Stephens
It's scary to compete, but Emily's love of riding sees her through
By Rachel Tuteur, Illustrated by Annalise Nurme
Bella and Cody have grown up thinking they would marry one day
By Sariel Nana Friedman, Illustrated by Joanna Stanley
Is it possible to be happy even though you miss someone terribly?
By Sophie Stid, Illustrated by C.J. Green
Five sisters, all different, spend the day together
By Lyla Lawless, Illustrated by Celeste Kelly
When you rush to judgment, you might be wrong
By Brigid Cami, Illustrated by Hannah W. Smith
Brigid can hardly wait to go out to the perfect beauty of the lake
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