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Suddenly Kayla thought of an even better idea. Just before the words could jump from her mouth, she clamped her lips closed. Wearing too many hats doesn’t work well, she remembered
People might think this would put me in a worse mood, to see all of the things I couldn’t do, but it worked for me!
Idy ran to Mrs. Renard. “I’m begging you, don’t let him hurt Jacob. I’ll work harder. I won’t eat for a week. I’ll do anything”
Personality tests show that “normal” means different things for different people. Their purpose isn’t to label people or pigeonhole them into specific groups, but to make us aware of our basic characteristics
She spent the night thinking about it. On the one hand, girls helped for the Melaveh Malkah in all sorts of ways. Maybe this was the way she should help the school because it seemed she was good at fundraising. On the other hand, she didn’t love it.
Idy agrees to escape with Jacob. Mr. Renard decides to accept the business proposal, against his wife’s warning. However, he will need Idy’s help.
Dear Teen Pages, I greatly enjoyed your serial Silver and Gold. I found it to be a masterful portrayal of the teenage social scene…
Want to speak to your brother in Israel or your cousin in Los Angeles? You just pick up the phone and dial the number, but what did people do before phones? Let’s find out!
Their parents had gone out of town to a chasunah, taking Leah and Chavi with them. Unfortunately, the younger children had not been invited.
Are you fascinated by cars? Even if you think you’re not quite a car person and can’t tell the difference between a Honda Odyssey and a Toyota Sienna, keep reading!
I don’t know why my parents bothered to name me Chavie. It’s as if I was born wearing a name tag reading: “Penina’s sister”
To the astonishment of every single person sitting in traffic (including us!), the car lifted clean off the street! Up like a helicopter we went and — whoosh! — flew right over all the other cars