Magazine Feature
The National Spelling Bee is held every year. In 2018, about 11 million kids took part in local contests

By Yisrael Rutman

Jolly Solly
I’m not wasting a single second on spelling,” declared Fishel. “Who cares how a word is spelled? As long as you can read it, it’s good enough”

By R. Atkins

Story Time
“Because it’s dangerous to sail the Queen Elizabeth and I don’t want to hear about your death the next time you leave for another voyage”

By Yehuda Bromberg

I understand that she wants to tell me something. I stroke her hand and force myself to be patient as she struggles to form words

By Tovy Mann

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
Next the movers started taking out cardboard boxes. “Is that all the furniture?” wondered Batya. “I’m telling you, it must be a really small family!”

By Shifra Glick

The Explainer
It’s highly unlikely Trump will override the 14th Amendment, even via legislation

By Omri Nahmias

Off the Couch
“I’m just so glad this is behind me, It’s been tough but baruch Hashem I’m cured, and this will be my little secret.”

By Jacob L. Freedman MD

Movin on Up
When someone has really high scores in any one area, that part of their brain rarely shuts off — it’s like automatic background music

By Shaina Keren

Bricks and Ladders
I take a second for a reality check. I’m out for coffee with Tamara Fine. By myself. Sharing my problems with her

By Ariella Schiller

Teen Fiction
Was it her fault she felt everything so deeply? How could she explain to anyone that she simply couldn’t help getting affected by things?

By Chevy Kepecs

Let’s detail each of the five ways, or “love languages,” and perhaps you will figure out which is yours

By Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS