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Deluxe Leather

S. Levi

Pesach is a popular time for giving gifts — doesn’t everyone deserve one after all that hard work? — and leather-bound siddurim and other seforim are a popular choice. How are they produced?

 

The Bear Family: Benny Bear and the Report

Yael Mermelstein

“Choose something the students will enjoy learning about. And if you could bring in some show-and-tell, that will definitely be considered for your final grade.”

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 15

Bracha Rosman

Mr. Matthews and Zachary notice a girl in the Renards’ attic. Mr. Renard tells them that she is his daughter, Fay.

 

That’s My Nature

Malka Katzman

It sounds a little inelegant and needy, but it’s the truth. I like staying at Dina’s house for Shabbos much more than inviting her to mine

 

The Principal’s Daughter: Chapter 8

Will Rivky say something to stop Aliza? What will Aliza do to her if she does? Whose side would the girls take?



 
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