Jr. Feature
There’s much more to any book than meets the eye

By Rochel Burstyn

True Colors
I raised an eyebrow, but I didn’t dwell on it. After all, Brachi and I had been friends since forever

By Chaya Rosen

Story Time
“Do what you can to save him. I will hold you responsible if he dies in your care"

By Y. Bromberg

Curveball
About one hour, a few X-rays, and one soda can later, Rafi was finally able to get some answers

By Ariella Stern

Diary Serial
Before I know it, there’s pasta everywhere, and I mean EVERYWHERE, the director’s at your side, and I’m turning shades

By Shira Gold

Portrait of a Family
“I’m sorry,” Aviva said, noticing Tamar’s hesitation. “Maybe I shouldn’t have asked. I was just wondering if you pay for it yourself. I do”

By Malka Grunhaus

Bentzi and the Peacock Feathers

By Shifra Glick

Text Messages
At its core, it was a tale about being stuck, hemmed in and unable to move

By Eytan Kobre

From My Table

By Chanie Nayman

Family Diary
“It doesn’t matter what you say. I can’t un-hear everything he told me"

By Shani Leiman

Recipes

By Dining In

Windows
From time to time, the glasses slipped off and the panorama became markedly different

By Pam Russ

Sound Bites

By Chaia Frishman