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By Anna Haverly, Illustrated by Samira Glaeser-Khan
A slave boy escapes on the Underground Railroad
By Matteo Wong, Illustrated by Ava Blum-Carr
How long can Matt go on lying to his dad?
By Felicia McSweeney, Illustrated by Tina Splann
The sea looks so diΩerent at night
By Hannah Fern Pollard, Illustrated by Frances Burnett-Stuart
Hugh wants to win the kite contest more than anything
By Elizabeth Surman
Elizabeth paints a loving portrait of her dad
By Kerri Prinos, Illustrated by Maia Jackson
Why are humans allowed so close to the manatees?
By Madison Henson, Illustrated by Saffron Lily Gunwhy
Annabelle makes a new friend in an unlikely place
By Jenna Fields, Illustrated by Christine Troll
A rodeo horse lives to fight and fights to live
By Hannah Ogden, Illustrated by Victoria D’Ascenzo
Allie’s family makes the best of a bad situation
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