True Colors
“Everything’s in order. There’s nothing wrong with the brakes, kid”

By Chaya Rosen

Teen Serial
I think she’s trying to be sympathetic, but she’s laughing so hard she can’t actually stand upright

By Ariella Schiller

Jr. Feature
Meet the birdwatcher who sees more than just birds

By Margie Pensak

Teen Diary Serial
“What you’re going through reminds me of what happened to me when I was in sixth grade”

By Matti Silverstein

Jr. Serial
Maybe there’s something to be said for the friends thing, after all. Even if I have around a million years more life experience

By Rochel Samet

Story Time
“Now all of my dreams can come true, because a thief has taken the scrolls from their hiding place. My thief. You”

By Y. Bromberg

The Moment
“By denying admittance to me, it’s not just two people not being allowed in,” said Rabbi Goldberger, “it’s 4,000”

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz

By the Letter
Kaf is the ability to adapt ourselves to life’s challenges. Lamed infuses the heart with what we’ve learned from the challenge

By Cindy Landesman and Mindel Kassorla

For the Record
It wasn’t a new item of clothing or a hard-to-obtain food item that he coveted; rather, it was a list of seforim

By Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer

It had been months since my son had worn tzitzis

By Penina Steinbruch

Yonoson Rosenblum mourns the mother who shaped his deepest values 

By Yonoson Rosenblum

If someone asks me what I do all day, I tell them that finding every occasion I can to celebrate is becoming my full-time job

By Sarah Moses Spero