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By Emmy J. X. Wong, Illustrated by Stanislav Nedzelskyi
A little blue bottle travels around the world
By Mae Hardman-Hill, Illustrated by Annie Liu
Leo is moving away, and Anabeth gives him a farewell gift
By Aoife Troxel, Illustrated by Zachary Meyer
A train is coming—why won’t Mark get off the tracks?
By Eliza Putnam, Illustrated by Sarah Jessica Osburn
Eliza, Jamie and Hazen spend a carefree summer day outdoors
By Rose Diltz, Illustrated by Abigail Stephens
Val discovers she is braver than she thought
By Madison Kwasny, Illustrated by Amanda Valdovinos
Madison loves returning to her family’s summer house
By Claudia Ross, Illustrated by Joan He
A broken eggshell, screeching hawks—what happened here?
By Emma Place, Illustrated by Emily Che
Lily has an experience she’ll never forget
By Maureen Sullivan, Illustrated by Carly Thaw
Niki misses Claire terribly, but then she finds a note in the wall
By Carolyn Meyer, Reviewed by Gertrude S. Suokko
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