Magazine Feature
For centuries, ships carried people and goods across the world. Travel was long and dangerous. Could there be some kind of shortcut? Enter the Suez Canal

By Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Madame Chamberlaine
“I told you that she likes du gâteau. I brought her a cadeau of gâteau and Captain Cookie will eat it on her bateau!”

By Tzipie Wolner

Story Time
“I saw his face when he was talking with us. He’s completely brainwashed. He needs the ideas of the Jewish people to be beaten out of him!”

By Yehuda Bromberg

Win or Lose
Mr. Greenbaum didn’t wait for Yitzy to respond. “Why don’t you and I learn together, Yitzy?” he asked. “Wouldn’t that be a great idea?”

By Chaim Finkelstein

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
“I don’t feel like knocking on Asher’s again,” I admitted. “I don’t want him to think I’m still trying to make friends with him”

By Shifra Glick

Teen Fiction
In addition to religiously going by my never-a-dull-moment mantra, I wasn’t going to let my sickness ruin my love for life and fun

By Roizy Baum

Bricks and Ladders
Shiri is annoyingly pretty. “But the rest of BY of B can use a little TLC,” I continue. “I mean, what is up with the Plain-Jane look?”

By Ariella Schiller

Every artist wants his album to be as perfect as can be, but sometimes he has to take a gamble.

By Riki Goldstein

How do you know you've made the right choice?

By Riki Goldstein

Counter Point

By Mishpacha Readers

Family Tempo
“So, I’m moving to a development, and I need a Certificate of Authorization from the Department of Female Schmooze Development in order to get my C of O…”

By Libby Silberman

My father had been gone for nine years, but after my mother’s petirah finalized their loss, I was seized with regret — how could I not have visited her past?

By Bella Weinreb

Give your home a cozy facelift with these DIY felting crafts

By Mati Swimer