Jr. Feature
The UK is gearing up for all sorts of changes now that there’s a new monarch

By Sivi Sekula

Jolly Solly
“Oh, dear! Another item gets the ‘Chananya treatment,’” groaned Naftali

By R. Atkins

Jr. Tales
“What do you think they’ll call her? I hope it’s a name I’ll be excited about”

By Chaya Rosen

Teen Diary Serial
I wanted her to always have everything so good and so perfect. I knew it wasn’t realistic

By Miriam Ribiat

Ella giggles, takes an apple, and then asks, too casually, “Anyone know if Tzippy’s coming?”

By Rochel Samet

Story Time
“Like in the days of old, the king summoned his advisers to explain the dream. None could. Until word reached the Jewish community”

By Y. Bromberg

Building Dreams
It was a crazy plan but I didn’t say anything. Nothing would happen with this plan either

By Malka Grunhaus

Lots of genres get richer and deeper when you can extend the pre-writing stage

By Shoshana Friedman

Family First Feature
 One writer shares her discovery of organic ways to foster creativity in her home

By Rivki Silver

Family Tempo
With so many strikes against him, how would my son find his bashert?

By Rivki Winter

Whatever I arrogantly thought I knew, I could never have really understood

By Gila Rand

Family Diary
“Just stop talking,” he snapped. “I have two eyes. I can see things for myself.” I didn’t say another word during the rest of the showing

By Nechama Norman with Batsheva Berman

Magazine Feature
Rabbi Shaya Cohen dissects the most acute chinuch challenges educators and parents are facing today

By Barbara Bensoussan