Magazine Feature
“This work has become of utmost importance to me since I am a member of the last generation to have met survivors”

By Arielle Pfefer

Magazine Feature
While the conditions our girls face are not life-threatening, they are lifelong conditions that have a great impact on their everyday lives

By Rochel Weiss

It wasn’t like Brachi was hurt. She wasn’t. And after she got over the embarrassment, she thought it was pretty funny too! What was the big deal?

By Leah Greenburg

Movin on Up
An ESFJ, in very, very short, is someone who loves working with people and doing practical things that help people in an organized manner

By Shaina Keren

When you respect a friend, you recognize that it’s okay for her to have different ideas and opinions than you do

By Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS

Teen Fiction
Chani clasped her hands together. “I want to give up my slot to Nechama. But please don’t tell her!” she added hurriedly

By N. Brunner

Bricks and Ladders
The thought of new clothing is literally the only thing that is keeping the smile on my face as the Greenfields pull up

By Ariella Schiller

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum
The dreidel that’s supposed to stand upright in it — that special purple glass dreidel, with the glowing yellow letters and the white waves inside — was gone

By Shifra Glick

Win or Lose
Yitzy made it to the ambulance the same time as the stretcher. When he saw the stretcher he almost fainted. It was Mr. Greenbaum

By Chaim Finkelstein

Story Time
Reb Pinchas sank onto his knees in shock. There was nothing he could do then but stare into the swaying trees as total grief shook his body

By Yehuda Bromberg

Jr. Tales
Not only am I worried I won’t even have a party, but please, tell me, how can parents who can’t pay for electricity buy their son tefillin?

By C. Rosen

Jolly Solly
The brothers had just delivered the package when they stopped short in surprise. Prancing around on the pavement, in a distinctly carefree manner, was Gimpel the goat

By R. Atkins

Magazine Feature
Marbles are back in fashion — sales of marbles in toy stores almost doubled in the last few years. And some people love marbles so much they even collect them

By Shira Yehudit Djalilmand