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If you’re like me, you’ve glanced at barcodes millions of times and wondered, Is this for show or does it really mean something? Learn to crack the code and find out what’s behind all those strange lines and numbers!
The only shop name she could think of was Gavriel’s Grocery. But she couldn’t very well call it that; after all, her name wasn’t Gavriel
“I’m making Poppy’s a special barcode instead of boring old straight lines. We have a very cool company and it deserves a cool barcode”
Idy hadn’t said a word to anyone since the previous day, nor did she plan to speak to anyone unless she thought it vital
“How else will you learn to be more responsible?” I responded self-righteously. “Nothing else helps!” Rina didn’t dignify this with an answer; she simply slunk away.
Rivky agrees to join the newspaper committee with Leah. Shockingly, popular Aliza passes Rivky a note during Mrs. Fein’s class.
A feast to the eyes and taste buds, fruit art is as fun to eat as it is to look at! In honor of Tu B’Shevat, let’s take a closer look at the art of fruit carving
One by one the weekly lists for chesed volunteers filled with names of excited girls. “I can’t believe it,” Yocheved said, “all the good stuff was taken already. What’s left?”
No one woke Idy the next morning. The sun was shining bright when she finally opened her eyes. Idy sat up, alarmed
I only went to 11 different professionals throughout my life. But, it looks like my stutter is here to stay, at least for now
Rivky looks down at her sandwich and once more toward the sink where her mother is reprimanding a ninth grader. “It’s not fun,” she acknowledges.
“Scaredy-cat,” Chavie said, shaking her head. “What do you think you’re going to find out? That there are ghosts in the house?” She laughed