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Top 5
In honor of Shavuos, my top five
Ahron Cohn
Top 5
"This historically themed but very relevant train adventure puts you in the shoes of a shtetl Yid seeking a shidduch!"
Ahron Cohn
The Money Trap
I was the perfect dupe; the case study for Credit Card Marketing 101. Until it all came crashing down on me and I risked losing everything
Gila Arnold
The Money Trap
They were living in Israel, but their spending habits were still American. It was a financial disaster waiting to happen
Gila Arnold
Teen Fiction
“I heard that her neighbors used to hear yelling from the apartment — you know, before they sent her away”
Chevy Kepecs
Teen Fiction
“Baruch Hashem, but Tammy seems to be drifting in a different direction. I’m worried,” said Mom sadly
Chavi Brody
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”
Rachael Lavon
Smart Eats
Peas and thank you!
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH
Smart Eats
Answers to five burning cheesecake questions
Shira Isenberg, RD, MPH
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