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Ele-fun for Everyone at the Nairobi Elephant Orphan Nursery

Rhona Lewis

Quick! Don’t miss it! For just an hour a day, the Nairobi Elephant Orphan Nursery is open to the public. We can’t wait to see baby elephants so close up, stroke their tough hide, and let them suck our fingers! Let’s go inside.

 

Terrific Teamwork: How Animals Help Each Other

Gila Zemmel

Summer’s the time for team games, team races, team sports, and all the double and triple fun that working and playing with a team brings along. But did you know that there are different animals that team up to help each other, too? Let’s find out more ...

 

Secrets

Bracha Rosman

I rarely go into Chaim’s room and with good reason. How someone can live in such chaos and disarray is a mystery to me. But I was in dire need of a pencil to complete my math homework and couldn’t find a single one anywhere in the house. So I opened the door to Chaim’s room (if you could still call it that) and peeked inside.

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