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Hang On to Your Hat!

Yisrael Rutman

People all over the world wear hats for many reasons. So hold on to your hat as we explore the wonderful world of hats

 

Jr. Tales: Hats Off!

Rachel Stein

Suddenly Kayla thought of an even better idea. Just before the words could jump from her mouth, she clamped her lips closed. Wearing too many hats doesn’t work well, she remembered

 

Super Avi: Episode 7

Ruchama Schnaidman

People might think this would put me in a worse mood, to see all of the things I couldn’t do, but it worked for me!

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 7

Bracha Rosman

Idy ran to Mrs. Renard. “I’m begging you, don’t let him hurt Jacob. I’ll work harder. I won’t eat for a week. I’ll do anything”

 

What’s Your Normal?

Chevy Kepecs

Personality tests show that “normal” means different things for different people. Their purpose isn’t to label people or pigeonhole them into specific groups, but to make us aware of our basic characteristics



 
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