Story Time
“You told people I asked the Jew for help!” Azzam wrapped his hands around Ali’s throat in uncontrollable rage

By Yehuda Bromberg

Teen Fiction
“Just the person I need to speak to,” I bellowed, not even giving her a chance to say hello. “My life is too boring, too predictable”

By Malky Cope

Bricks and Ladders
“Rachel Ahuva, I will explain the situation to Abba. Please leave the kitchen until we are done speaking”

By Ariella Schiller

Magazine Feature
When Toby from Lakewood, NJ, discovered a 3Doodler pen in a craft store, she knew she’d found more than just a pen

By Rhona Lewis

Magazine Feature
Everywhere you turn, there are colorful plastic figurines overtaking the landscape. They’ve invaded homes, playgrounds, buses, and schools

By Leah Reisman

Madame Chamberlaine
“Ma, this is real. I just want to stay home. I don’t want to wear a uniform, I don’t want to sit at my desk all day

By Tzipie Wolner

Not the written message but the lives that we live

By Yonoson Rosenblum

Normal Like Me
With the closing of the serial, Ruti Kepler shares an inside view of the crafting of and reception to her unique plot and characters

By Ruti Kepler

How do entertainers know they’ve made the right choice?

By Riki Goldstein

Shared Space
“You’re a sweet kid, but you’re way out of your league. Business is a real world, Kivi, and you’re absolutely clueless about how it works”

By Dov Haller

How could Karen tell her daughter that she never felt secure as a mother and as her next-door neighbor, Miriam Steiff bore witness to her failure?

By Esther Kurtz

Inside Israel
IDF chief of staff, Gadi Eizenkot in special briefing on Israel’s security horizons

By Eliezer Shulman