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It’s not just dolphins. Large and small and very unexpected animals around the world are being trained every day. Why? All sorts of reasons
It was already four. A quivery sensation bolted through Sari as she realized that her little brother, Eli, should have been home an hour ago
A few weeks ago, Jr. Editor Libby Tescher called. “Have you ever heard of Super Avi?” she asked. That phone call changed my life
Gedalya Neiman speaks privately with his wife’s Mossad handler. When he returns an hour later, Gedalya is in a state of shock
I was wallowing in a tornado of my best friend’s betrayal. One small act had caused a wreck
Robot. That’s how she felt these days. Stiff. Empty. Like she was set on autopilot, while the real Sheva was… where? Gone?
Hey, what did they do before ice cream cones? When were ice cream cones invented? Learn more about ice cream cones through the ages…
Music soon permeated the room. Shevi’s fingers danced upon the keyboard and burst into a lively tune
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.