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Signs are everywhere. Who designs them, who makes them, and who puts them up? Behind the signs you see every day is a whole world waiting to be discovered.
Hey, it’s Ari. It’s been a long month since I wrote last. It was a real eye-opener meeting Avi, who told me he had difficulty paying attention. He told me he has ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) and went to doctors to help him concentrate.
Ahuva had a problem with a school assignment. But Nonny was in a wheelchair. How could she complain?
Yehudit Neiman returns from her dangerous mission in Iran, but only briefly. The operation failed because she was betrayed — and she must go back.
What exactly was Sheva going to tell Mrs. Brandweis…and could she honestly expect Mrs. Brandweis not to ask any questions?
“Tova, you’re always running to her. Bubby can be alone for an hour. You need to get out more and do things for yourself.”
Like it or not, money affects much of our lives. In a new series, Teen Pages teams up with Mesila to hear real teens’ opinions on money matters and peer pressure.
Two inner voices give us constant advice on time management. Which one has our best interests at heart? And how do we know?
It’s a World Heritage Site, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the world, one of the world’s most famous natural landmarks… The Grand Canyon in Arizona! Plus more of the earth’s deepest canyons.
Would the ups of the Faigelbaums’ trip be worth all the downs?
Every boy on the bus was excited about the Grand Canyon trip — except Eliyahu and Nesanel, who had plans of their own.
“I’m so grateful you’re back safely,” he said. “Now we can settle down in Bnei Brak and be a family again.”