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Amazing Mazes

Rhona Lewis

Mazes are built from stone, hedges, corn, mirrors, or ice. Or in books or on cereal boxes. Constructed or printed, mazes have been amazing us for centuries

 

Jolly Solly: Bright Sides

R. Atkins

For once, Fishel had nothing to say in return. The brothers turned into Sunny Lane, the expressions on their faces as unsunny as can be

 

Jr. Tales: An A-Mazing Time

Rachel Stein

“Now y’all have fun in the corn maze,” he said, handing them their tickets, “but it’s a good idea to stick together”

 

F Is for Friendship: Mazes in Your Head

Ruchama Schnaidman

“Change of plans,” Sarah Leah said. “We have to get rid of our original plan and come up with something that will get done quicker”

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 50

Bracha Rosman

“After Jacob was gone, I thought I’d never smile again. Then Lulu showed up and gave me the push I needed to go on”

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 27

Rivka Streicher

I dial 911. “38 Clifford Drive. My brother. Thirteen. He’s in crazy pain. His head hurts, he looks very pale... My mother. She’s not home. Not answering”

 

Hit the Lights!

Devorah Hirsch

After he tried it himself, he sat back and said, ‘That’s my item!’ He and Marvin inked a deal within an hour.” And thus, Lite-Brite came to life!

 

Madame Chamberlaine: The Snow Festival

Tzipie Wolner

“Alors, mes petites, I hear the two of you are having a bit of a problem waking up on time in the matin”

 

Jr. Tales: The De-Lite-Ful Surprise

Rachel Stein

Lite-Brite, Avrami read, his heart taking a nosedive as he eyed the package in disbelief. What in the world?

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 49

Bracha Rosman

“Idy,” Toby said softly. “I’m sorry. I had no idea that you didn’t know.” She brushed the tears from her face. “Please forgive me”

 

Teen Fiction: Weird and Wonderful

Ruth Silver

Am I a puppet staging a show, forced to play a part that isn’t me? I sometimes feel as though my insides and outsides were mistakenly mismatched

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 26

Rivka Streicher

So Princess Charming’s life is not as charmed as I thought. She has a little brother with Down syndrome

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