Jolly Solly
Moishy and Miriam Morris trailed home gloomily. Sunny Lane wouldn’t be the same without Jolly Solly

By R. Atkins

True Colors
I had finally mastered reading in English, but at a certain point, I stopped trying to read Hebrew during class

By Chaya Rosen

Teen Diary Serial
I feel more depressed than I ever felt before. How do I get out of this?

By Matti Silverstein

Teen Serial
“That is the worst game in the world. Like I can see like nine thousand reasons why that would lead to fights and crying”

By Ariella Schiller

Jr. Serial
“You’re staying with us tonight, you can’t be home alone,” Aunt Chana says, like it’s obvious. “There’s plenty of space, you can share Raizy’s room”

By Rochel Samet

Story Time
The soldier had deliberately walked his horse right over the fallen yarmulke, so that it was crushed in the mud

By Y. Bromberg

A Better You
Unfortunately, there is often a stigma surrounding the use of medications to manage ADHD

By Family First Contributors

From My Table
I’m not usually a measurer when it comes to cooking, but then I live with the consequences of winging it! Sometimes it’s nice to measure and know you’ll get a delicious and foolpr ...

By Chanie Nayman

If I flip out, as I sometimes, um, rarely, do, could it be that this was too close to home?

By Peshie Needleman

A different and delicious accompaniment to cholent, this is an updated version of deli roll that everyone will welcome warmly

By Brynie Greisman

Family Diary
When the great day final arrived, Chezky would be wound up like a spring, ready to jump into action — or to spiral out of control

By Tzippi Leibenson

Magazine Feature
Rebbe Abish Meir of Spinka meets the medic who saved his life

By Aharon Kliger and Yisrael Hershkowitz