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When the Impossible Becomes Possible

Mishpacha Contributors

Enter the lives of four very special teens who made things happen. With hard work, passion, perseverance — and plenty of help from Above — you, too, can make the impossible possible

 

DMCs: Freedom Trail

As told to Leah Greenburg

I wasn’t her best friend or only friend and that bothered me. Ruchi was my closest friend, but for her, I was one of many

 

The Principal's Daughter: Chapter 10

Yonina Levine

Rivky thinks to herself that it isn’t easy being the principal’s daughter, but there are things a lot more shameful than that

 

Protectors of the Planet

Ahuva Sofer

Bugs?! Believe it or not, even humans can gain from the hair-raising six-legged creature that sometimes makes us shriek and run for cover

 

Jolly Solly: Full Report

R. Atkins

The inspector thought he might be able to stir up a bit of trouble. If all went according to plan, he could have Eli’s place shut down

 

Jr. Tales: The Cleanup Crew

Rachel Stein

Seriously, he wondered, what is the point of making your bed if you’re just going to mess it up again every night?

 

Super Avi: Episode 8

Ruchama Schnaidman

“Kids who are sick are out of school for long periods of time and that equals immediate boredom,” Avi says

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 16

Bracha Rosman

There was a lot of unspoken pain and suffering in Jacob’s eyes, and Mrs. Sommers had every intention to remedy it

 

Set Me Free

Leah Brachfeld

I longed for a reprieve from my little siblings’ constant nagging. Most of all I dreamed of the day when I’d be free, truly free

 

The Principal’s Daughter: Chapter 9

Yonina Levine

Rivky is lonely but surprised to feel a bit of relief at not sitting at that table, swallowing food she does not want to eat

 

Deluxe Leather

S. Levi

Pesach is a popular time for giving gifts — doesn’t everyone deserve one after all that hard work? — and leather-bound siddurim and other seforim are a popular choice. How are they produced?

 

The Bear Family: Benny Bear and the Report

Yael Mermelstein

“Choose something the students will enjoy learning about. And if you could bring in some show-and-tell, that will definitely be considered for your final grade.”

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