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Mazel Brothers Superstore

Ruchama Schnaidman

Generally speaking, the children of the town where Mazel Superstore was located were well-behaved children who treated each other nicely and who listened respectfully to their parents.

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Generally speaking, that is, because as I’m sure you know, even the best children can sometimes get stuck in a rut. A rut of not the best behavior, that is, and summertime — when days are long and hot, and children are sticky from dripping ices on their shirts and in their hair — is usually the time when out-of-character things begin happening around town. Fights erupt between girls who were once best friends, and children turn into super-picky eaters who don’t want anything their mothers made for dinner.



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