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Y. Bromberg
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Therapy Toolbox
“The scenes are basically all the same: Shevy demanding and exaggerating, Esti rescuing, and then Shevy raging”
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
Therapy Toolbox
This family seems so fractured. Can they tap into the love beneath the pain?
Abby Delouya B.A, B.Ed, MFT
The Gatekeeper's Daughter
Vasara sucks in her breath. She swivels in her office chair and closes her eyes. Her trip to Riga belongs to another era, relegated to a dusty corner of her brain, the door shut firmly after it
Esther Teichtal
The Gatekeeper's Daughter
She might always be that weird girl who has fallen from a distant star who doesn’t know half of the endless rules
Esther Teichtal
Living With Lockdown
LISTEN to R. Atkins tell the story, and the picture as you do
R. Atkins
Living With Lockdown
LISTEN to the story read by R. Atkins + color the picture as you do
R. Atkins
Fiction
A choose-your-own-adventure tale
Elisheva Appel
Fiction
“You need to keep your sense of humor in these situations,” I repeat in a high-pitched, nasal voice. Hah
Gila Arnold
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“Pirates? Oh my! All hands on deck! Weapons out! Save yourselves! HEL—”

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“Go! Go!” Mariah urged the horse onward. “Faster, faster! Away from those terrible men!”

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“Why did you assume there was any escape, all I said was disappearance!”

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“She’s out there, Arthur, I just know she is. Someone must have helped her escape”

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Mariah wasn’t even sure why the words from the siddur spoke to her so much. She wasn’t Jewish, after all

By Y. Bromberg