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Teen Fiction: Alone

C. K.

That was the way she liked it. She just wanted to be left alone. She wished she could run someplace far, far away

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 35

Rivka Streicher

I look up, my eyes flashing pain. And I take in the girl in a chair, legs already thinner from lack of use

 

Fur or Brrr

Gitty Luria

If fur keeps animals warm enough to run around in the snow, it sure keeps us warm too!

 

Madame Chamberlaine: Treasures in the Sandbox

Tzipie Wolner

“Suddenly, while Shuly was inside, the walls of the hole collapsed, and look! She’s stuck! You must get her out of there, Madame!”

 

Jr. Tales: Room for Improvement

Tali Gross

“Okay. She can stay with me,” Malky mumbled. She would do the right thing, but she didn’t have to be happy about it

 

The Mysterious Candlesticks: Chapter 5

Y. Bromberg

The Wolf suddenly froze and his eyes grew wide. Rav Eliezer rose to his feet and stared in shock at the face of the horrible man

 

Crisscross: Chapter 7

Tovy Mann

I turn back to Shimmy and study his face. What’s the worst thing that can happen if we tell him — he’ll laugh at us?



 
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