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Jr. Tales: The Mystery Counselor

Y. Bromberg

Summer camp was the only thought that had given me the strength to survive hours upon hours of boring math class the whole year. Would I be able to go?

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 25

Bracha Rosman

The kidnapper grabbed Mr. Renard by the front of his shirt. “I don’t care about your jacket or the blanket. I need that kid”

 

Victory Lap

Rachel Stein

INTRO This year I need to do something to take myself out of the shadows. I want to be someone, to do something valuable that will earn some recognition. If only I could win that award…

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 2

Rivka Streicher

“Naomi, I’d never look at your journal. Never. I wouldn’t want anyone to do that to me. But this is different”

 

Sleep on It

Elky Pascal

We all know that sleep is important. But just how crucial is it? Teen Pages investigated the matter and we’ve got you covered! Now you can really sleep well tonight

 

In Good Company

Devora Zheutlin, MA, CAS

“You don’t need a certain number of friends, just a number of friends you can be certain of.” How is friendship refined and defined?

 

In Bloom

Rachel Stein

“There’s actually something I wanted to talk to you about,” she began hesitantly. “You know how my father lost his job, right?”

 

DMCs: Bubby and Me

As told to Leah Greenburg

I know I was supposed to be all happy; what a mitzvah, right? But honestly, I felt like I was being displaced and was very resentful

 

Petals Unfurled

Chana Cohen

“You’ve been asking wonderful questions for so long. You’ve always been one of the most active participants in our class discussions. What’s changed?”

 

Song of the Sea: Chapter 1

Rivka Streicher

“Daddy, can you hear my song? Is school a place where I can sing? And will anyone sing with me?” It’s the start of high school and impressions count. Naomi’s parents are recently divorced and she has withdrawn from everybody and everything she loves. Will Naomi find the strength to delve into her own inner world and learn how to trust again?

 
 

Bubbles

Naomi Raksin

I wailed. I begged. I stormed. While my parents exchanged loaded looks above my head and whispered empty, heartless platitudes like, “She’ll get over it”

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