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Intermediate (6 to 9)

Way Past Mad
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Keya is way past mad. Her little brother Nate messed up everything?even breakfast. She heads to school kicking rocks and...read more

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Way Past Worried
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Keya is way past mad. Her little brother Nate messed up everything?even breakfast. She heads to school kicking rocks and...read more

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Theo's Mood
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It's Mood Monday and Miss Cady's class is sharing how they feel after the weekend. But Theo doesn’t know whether he’s in...read more

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Santiago's Dinosaurios
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Santiago is new to the United States, and he doesn't speak English. On his first day of school, how will he connect with...read more

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Malik's Number Thoughts
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Malik's obsessive-compulsive disorder means his brain wants him to do everything on the count of four. When he’s invited...read more

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Just Wild Enough
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For Mireya Mayor, even as a young child whose house was filed with cats, dogs, rabbits, birds, a chicken, and a snapping...read more

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We Want to Go to School!
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There was a time in the United States when millions of children with disabilities weren't allowed to go to public school...read more

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A Garden to Save the Birds
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When a bird flies into their window by accident, Callum and his sister, Emmy, learn that from the outside, the glass...read more

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Fearless Mary
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A little-known but fascinating and larger-than-life character, Mary Fields is one of the unsung, trailblazing African...read more

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Dorothea Lange
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Dorothea Lange saw what others missed. Before she raised her lens to take her most iconic photo, Dorothea Lange took...read more

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