Author: Lauren Kim

Fiction: Stay, Flurry

Illustrated by Yoonji Woo It was one of the happiest days of Violet’s life, her 9th birthday. She named her new Shetland Sheepdog “Flurry,” because he was always moving in an adorable flurry of actions. One minute, he was bounding up to Violet’s parents, begging for snacks, or sniffing curiously at his new toys. But he always, always, ran back to Violet in the next second, curled up in her lap, and whined at her. She knew: he wanted her to give her attention to only him and nothing else in the world. Violet was all smiles, all day...

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Etched in Stone

Illustrated by Michael Betts Tara bade her mother goodbye as she pranced out the door. She was supposed to meet Helen by the river and was already late. Her hair flew out behind her like a sheet of silk dyed a bright red as she raced in the direction of the forest. Over rocks and small streams she skipped, light as a fairy. This clearing within the woods was her home. She knew every neighboring tree and vibrant flower by scent and name. Slowly, Tara’s leaps became smaller skips, until she finally started walking. She was no longer in...

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