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By Ella Staats, Illustrated by Megan Tichy
Suddenly Angie sees her mother in a new light
By Billy Liptrot, Illustrated by Victoria D’Ascenzo
Billy feels at home in his special place
By Arden Bastia, Illustrated by Alondra Paredes
Can Adrin find the owl diadem in just eight days?
By Natalie Bettendorf, Illustrated by Emily Considine
It’s a tradition: summer ends with a trip to the beach
By Emma Callet, Illustrated by Charles Berg
Mr. Fields tries to intimidate Sam before the race
By Marie-Rose Sheinerman, Illustrated by Ava Blum-Carr
How frustrating to be stuck in customs!
By Ocyin Davis, Illustration by Onalee Higgins
The jet-black horse inspires Ocyin to make some changes
By Ruby Dietz, Illustrated by Isabel Won
Ruby is frantic when she can’t find her little brother
By Abby Lustig, Illustrated by Audrey Zhang
Abby races along the beach in pursuit of a dolphin
By Andrew Clements, Reviewed by Madeline Hastie
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