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By Allison Armstrong, Illustrated by Emma T. Capps
An unlikely person helps Suzy realize her dream
By Genevieve Anderle, Illustrated by Athena Gerasoulis
The perfect meal is one that is homemade
By Amanda Kneppel, Illustrated by Leigh McNeil-Taboika
Sylvia introduces Jess to a world of fireflies, stars and freedom
By Erin Wiens St. John, Illustrated by Dominic Nedzelskyi
How does Mathilda know so much?
By Lydia Taverne, Illustrated by the author
Lydia will always be there for her little sister
By Valerie Luyckx, Illustrated by Emily Jackson
Nothng else matters as Valerie competes in the swim meet
By Lucy Tantum, Illustrated by Analisa Milkey
A beautiful shell reminds Kat of sunnier days at the beach
By Eliza Edwards-Levin, Illustrated by Alondra Paredes
Mia is mean to everyone, until one night by the campfire…
By Judith Caseley, Reviewed by Nayamah Kolliegbo
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