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The Great Escape: Chapter 6

Yehuda Bromberg

“I saw his face when he was talking with us. He’s completely brainwashed. He needs the ideas of the Jewish people to be beaten out of him!”

 

Win or Lose: Chapter 10

Chaim Finkelstein

Mr. Greenbaum didn’t wait for Yitzy to respond. “Why don’t you and I learn together, Yitzy?” he asked. “Wouldn’t that be a great idea?”

 

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum: Chapter 13

Shifra Glick

“I don’t feel like knocking on Asher’s again,” I admitted. “I don’t want him to think I’m still trying to make friends with him”

 

Teen Fiction: Shared and Halved

Roizy Baum

In addition to religiously going by my never-a-dull-moment mantra, I wasn’t going to let my sickness ruin my love for life and fun

 

Bricks and Ladders: Chapter 44

Ariella Schiller

Shiri is annoyingly pretty. “But the rest of BY of B can use a little TLC,” I continue. “I mean, what is up with the Plain-Jane look?”

 

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum: Chapter 11

Shifra Glick

“It’s like the difference between setting a table with fine china, or eating straight out of a pot while standing in the kitchen”

 

The Great Escape: Chapter 4

Yehuda Bromberg

“I’m not your son! My name is Meir son of Efraim. I am a Jewish boy on a business trip from Vienna”

 

Win or Lose: Chapter 8

Chaim Finkelstein

Hmm, the last time something like this had happened, his mother had poured a cup of water on him! Yitzy’s eyes popped wide open

 

Bricks and Ladders: Chapter 40

Ariella Schiller

I suddenly want to freeze the moment and lock it away for every rainy, turbulent day that I know is just around the corner in my messy, confusing life

 

Jolly Solly: Sound and Safe

R. Atkins

It didn’t take Tuki long to spot the two hooded men skulking around. Tuki took an immediate dislike to them

 

Bentzi and the Mystery in the Museum: Chapter 10

Shifra Glick

“Well, it’s not exactly a solution to the problem, but I have an idea that will please Reb Nissan and will also be fun for us!”

 

The Great Escape: Chapter 3

Yehuda Bromberg

Courageous and eager to help his ailing family, Meir volunteered to undertake the business trip his father had been about to take right before he became sick

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