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My Journey

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Books for Young People

Starred review Whoosh! A Watery World of Wonderful Creatures

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The Tweedles Go Electric

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A Fish Named Glub

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Best Friend Trouble

by Frances Itani; Geneviève Després, illus.

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by E.K. Johnston

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by Deborah Ellis

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by Caroline Adderson; Ben Clanton, illus.

16 Things I Thought Were True

by Janet Gurtler

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