Thanks to all who offered suggestions for our final list!
- Abe's Honest Words, by Doreen Rappaport, illustrated by Kadir Nelson
- Adèle and Simon in America, by Barbara McClintock
- Bird, by Zetta Elliott, illustrated by Shadra Strickland
- Boycott Blues: How Rosa Parks Inspired a Nation, by Andrea Davis Pinkney, illustrated by Brian Pinkney
- Boys of Steel: The Creators of Superman, by Marc Tyler Nobleman, illustrated by Ross MacDonald
- Brava Strega Nona, by Tomie DePaola, illustrated by Tomie DePaola, Robert Sabuda, and Matthew Reinhart
- The Donut Chef, by Bob Staake
- Doo-Wop Pop, by Roni Schotter, illustrated by Bryan Collier
- Duel! Burr and Hamilton's Deadly War of Words, by Dennis Fradin, illustrated by Larry Day
- Hello, Day! by Anita Lobel
- It's Time to Sleep, My Love, by Eric Metaxas, illustrated by Nancy Tillman
- Jibberwillies at Night, by Rachel Vail, illustrated by Yumi Heo
- Last Night, by Hyewon Yum
- Lincoln and Douglass: An American Friendship, by Nikki Giovanni, illustrated by Bryan Collier
- Lincoln Shot! A President's Life Remembered, by Barry Denenberg, illustrated by Christopher Bing
- Louise, the Adventures of a Chicken, by Kate DiCamillo, illustrated by Harry Bliss
- Maybe a Bear Ate It! by Robie H. Harris, illustrated by Michael Emberley
- One, by Kathryn Otoshi
- Peter and the Wolf, by Chris Raschka
- There's a Wolf at the Door: Five Classic Tales, by Zoë Alley, illustrated by R. W. Alley
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