This girl rabbit is upset that these adult rabbits think girls should be a certain way, so she goes on a great adventure and becomes a famous builder, and her family learns they were wrong.
This mouse is scared of the snakes and the cats and the birds, but learns how to stand up to bullies with his friends' help.
Sometimes your friends are going to be very different! These kids are immigrants! These kids have one parent, or three parents, or parents of different species or cultures, or other different ways. This kid doesn't have legs, and this one has legs, but they don't work. This one can't hear, and talks with her hands. This one can't see, and this one sees different things than elves.
There is a crayon. The crayon is yellow, but everyone thinks he should be green, and they keep getting mad he's drawing things wrong. He keeps trying to draw green things like leaves and the ground, until a friend convinces him to draw yellow things like trains and flowers, which makes him happy.
In a book of folktales, the mysterious and probably extra magical princess is courted by a bunch of princes. She gives them tasks they must fulfill that are all impossible. All but one of the princes try to cheat at the tasks. One sends her a letter apologizing to her, for courting her when she seemed annoyed and for his brothers' poor behavior. She is interested and sends him a letter back, but then must return to her home in Faerie. The polite prince sends her little gifts from the world she had to leave, and when she returns she marries him and they live happily ever after.
There is a bad plague. A lot of people die and are very sad. The gods don't do anything. The Serpents start telling people not to depend on the gods. A woman wearing heavy armor with a rose on the front gives a speech about how the gods aren't just unreliable - they're bad (the book's narrator presents this more neutrally, and seems to agree with the Serpents more). She makes the Roses. Her name is Sabi Jobai. The god Imgah gets mad at her, and his followers attack hers. Sabi takes up her sword against Imgah himself. The fight lasts three days, and Sabi strikes down Imgah, her sword becoming magical. The Black Roses figure out how to make sure elves don't have to go to a godly afterlife, and it's because of them any elf at all can be resurrected.