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Fruits of Kindness
A bus ticket, a care package, a haircut — the items were small, the caring behind them enormous. A small seed sprouted and grew tall. Twenty readers share acts of giving
Family First Readers
Sisters Share
In this new column, we’ll meet wonderful girls who all have siblings with special needs, and they’ll share with us how they feel about being “special” sisters
C. Rosen
Turning Point: Jr. Chanukah Supplement 5783
Ephraim knew they were his cousins. But he’d prefer they didn’t exist, really
Chaya Rosen
Make Her Day
We asked: Do you know someone whose life needs brightening? We gave you $100. And you made her day
Make Her Day
We gave them $100. They made someone’s day. 9 stories
Ariella Schiller
Theme Section: Open Secrets
So many of us carry secrets — some heavy, some light. Some that mean nothing, and some that change everything. Six writers tell stories of secrets kept, shared, and revealed
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“Think about it,” he continued. “Why do you think Mr. Greenbaum made up that whole contest in the first place?”

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Yitzy jumped up out of his chair. He couldn’t believe the chutzpah of that wicked man

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