Jr. Feature

By Yisrael Rutman

Jolly Solly
Bubby opened a closet. Zeidy helped her take out something heavy. Bubby said it was her old sewing machine

By R. Atkins

Story Time
“Pirates? Oh my! All hands on deck! Weapons out! Save yourselves! HEL—”

By Y. Bromberg

Down to a Science
The thing about tickling is it’s actually only funny if you’re not expecting it

By Yael Zoldan

Double Dance
"No one is going to solve their problems by writing to other kids their age. It’s just a glamorized pen pal system”

By Bracha Rosman

Out of Step
I know what she’s thinking: I’m strong until someone takes away my ballet shoes. Then I just become unbearable

By Ariella Schiller

Shooting Stars
The steel, stinging bars weren’t only literal. I had nearly imprisoned my soul

By Shira Gold

Double Take
Sharing the secret would devastate my brother

By Rochel Samet

EndNote
"The koach haneginah truly connects with the regesh of the words"

By Riki Goldstein

I dare me
I apologize constantly. Can I stop?

By Elisheva Appel

Screenshot
In some ways, closing day is the day you have to be the most “on”

By Shoshana Friedman

Musings
No one could possibly be living like this. Everyone else has more time, more money, more help — or all three

By Penina Steinbruch

Second Thoughts
Our Redemption will take place only when there is unity within Klal Yisrael

By Rabbi Emanuel Feldman