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By Rachel Stanley, Illustrated by the author
Justine is nervous about diving from the to-meter platform
By Ralphie Kabo, Illustrated by Cameron Osteen
Brumm won't be happy until he finds his brother
By Margaret Bryan, Illustrated by Ashley Burke
Alex is entranced by beautiful music, twice
By Veronica Engler, Illustrated by Ben Wisniewski
Liljuka realizes that two wrongs don't make a right
By Lauren Tompkins, Illustrated by Rachel Cohen
Why is Mr. Briggs hiding the key to the ship's map cabinet?
By Emma Kilgore Hine, Illustrated by Bryan Merte
It's a beautiful summer day by a stream in New Mexico
By Adara Robbins, Illustrated by Natalie Chin
Adara had almost forgotten how much she loved soccer
By Canyon Woodward, Illustrated by Jean Hope Sack
Be careful not to jump to conclusions about another person
By Natalia M. Thompson, Illustrated by Emily Rappleye
Shusha is old enough to join her mother's secret group
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