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Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Shifra Glick
Profiles
Rabbi Meyer Yedid is showing how the power of a daf Gemara can reshape not only a person, but an entire community
Yisroel Besser
Profiles
As Israel’s ambassador Ron Dermer is about to leave his Washington posting after seven years, he recaps the challenges and triumphs of a transformative term
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Teen Fiction
Honestly, I felt the world had enough color in it, and didn’t need me messing up its palette
Miriam Bodner
Teen Fiction
We were the picture-perfect family, Mommy, Daddy, and me
Aliza Field
House of Mirrors
One year later, Laylee smiles… I’m going to enjoy this, she thinks to herself
Rachael Lavon
House of Mirrors
“If you really want to make a difference, the great Laylee Beloff should blog about making meaningful connections with family members, no matter their size or school”
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5 Things to Know About
There very rarely is an easy or simple “blended family”
Shoshana Itzkowitz
5 Things to Know About
It’s really no different than telling someone in a wheelchair that she should move faster because she’s in your way.
Fork in the Road
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Michal Frischman
Fork in the Road
Reb Nissan opened the door with his usual welcoming smile. I was too nervous to smile back. “Uh... Ummm ... You know the purple dreidel? The glass one? With the white waves inside?” I began hesitantly. What was the matter with me? Why was I talking in questions? “Yes!” Reb Nissan was alarmed. “What about
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The dreidel that’s supposed to stand upright in it — that special purple glass dreidel, with the glowing yellow letters and the white waves inside — was gone

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“I don’t feel like knocking on Asher’s again,” I admitted. “I don’t want him to think I’m still trying to make friends with him”

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“Well, it’s not exactly a solution to the problem, but I have an idea that will please Reb Nissan and will also be fun for us!”

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