Magazine Feature
George Washington was born on February 22, 1732. No one knew then just how great he would become

By Yisrael Rutman

Jr. Tales
Chezky’s French accent had made him popular at first. Everyone asked him questions just to hear him talk. Then recess revealed that he couldn’t play baseball

By Tzivia E. Adler

Ask the Expert

By Leah Reisman

Story Time
“Please, Reb Pinchas, heed my warnings! If Eliezer breaks these conditions, I will be powerless to protect him from the consequences that will follow”

By Yehuda Bromberg

Win or Lose
“Rabbi Brody called all three of the local hospitals, and they all said the same thing. No patient named Irving Greenbaum was brought in today”

By Chaim Finkelstein

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
“I never imagined that one of the exhibits could disappear... I thought I just had to keep order and make sure nothing broke”

By Shifra Glick

Teen Fiction
“People understand that everyone has different talents. One girl can sing, one girl can dance, and another can paint. But everybody wants to be smart”

By Malky Cope

Honestly, the only thing I’m really worried about is my gown. Like really worried. It needs to be perfect. Absolutely, positively flawless

By Ariella Schiller

Skip the spices and go sweet with this winning taco dessert.

By Faigy Grossman

Designing clothing and connections, one stitch at a time

By Mimi Minsky

Family First Feature

By Mati Swimer

At the Core
Within every Jew is the flame of instinctive emunah

By Baila Vorhand

Family Reflections
Silence isn’t always golden

By Sarah Chana Radcliffe

With emunah, everyone’s obligation is the same

By Faigy Peritzman