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Guestlines
Children need to be allowed to have a relationship with both parents
Dr Meir Wikler
Guestlines
We can do things to improve our homes, our shuls, our communities, and beyond
Rabbi Chaim Aryeh Zev Ginzberg
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
An 18-year-old that needs help in the airport — honestly!     Iam going to Boston. Miriam and her family are sitting shivah. By some sort of dark luck, I just finished the bulk of everything yesterday, so really all that’s left is to hang the posters around the school — and that was going to be
Shifra Glick
Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers
“Slow down. Let’s think logically. What exactly is suspicious here? Kids always like to look at animals”
Shifra Glick
Dear Readers
I'm already imagining the letters we'll get in response to this week's cover story
Bassi Gruen
In the Nick of Time: Jr. Pesach Supplement 5782
Without my friends to distract me, I realized the pit in my stomach wasn’t only from overeating, it was also from unease
Chani Muller
In the Nick of Time: Jr. Pesach Supplement 5782
Dovid shook his head. “It’s not ready. We have to perfect the hermetic seal that attaches the bag to the mouth of the bread eater”
Penina Steinbruch
On your Mark
Tamar Nusbaum created the Ani Tefillah program to make tefillah meaningful to children in hundreds of schools
Miriam Bloch
On your Mark
With Yad Batya, Venezia Zakheimis seeks to memorialize her daughter’s joy
Ariella Schiller
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