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The King's Dream: Chapter 2

Yehuda Bromberg

“How dare he!” The king rose from this throne in fury. “Summon my scribes immediately! There’s only one way to exact sufficient revenge"


Win or Lose Chapter 26

Chaim Finkelstein

"Are you sure that you’re Yitzy Levinson? Maybe you’re his twin brother that no one ever told me about?”


Bricks and Ladders: Chapter 58

Ariella Schiller

I just cry every time I think back to how I’d imagined this would all go, all of my life up to a year ago


The King's Dream: Chapter 1

Yehuda Bromberg

“I’ll spare myself from your guesses, Richard. Instead, make yourself useful and travel to the only people in my country who can answer my question, the Jews. Bring me their wisest rabbi and make it quick!”


Win or Lose: Chapter 25

Chaim Finkelstein

Then he thought of his parents. They had been so nervous about the rent. If he won the building, they would never have to pay rent again. He had to win the building. He must get a hundred on the next math test!


Bricks and Ladders: Chapter 57

Ariella Schiller

I lie there awhile, trying to figure out where my life went. A year ago, I was one of three best friends, one of three close sisters. One year later, a different city, a different school, and poof, it’s all gone


The Vision of a Tzaddik: Chapter 6

Yehuda Bromberg

“Little brat, talking to me like that… You think you’re so tough because daddy owns the marketplace, huh?”


Win or Lose Chapter 24

Chaim Finkelstein

Oh no, he groaned to himself. The last thing I need is for everyone in school to ask me about the game Mr. Burtman gave me


Bricks and Ladders: Chapter 56

Ariella Schiller

Back to school tomorrow. When I left I’d been part of the most popular clique in school and now I’m returning alone, a nobody, ashamed and mortified


Rabbit in the Room

Rivka Small

"I am a boy, but no one calls me ‘Boy’ as my name, so why are animals called things like ‘Bunny’ if they’re a rabbit or ‘Ketzele’ if they’re a cat?"


Stay Down

R. Atkins

She looked around wildly, only to see water splashing over the side of the milchig sink and Miriam standing there in shock


The Vision of a Tzaddik: Chapter 5

Yehuda Bromberg

Meir sank to his knees, a broken man. He had lost everything. His friend, his money, his reputation, and mostly importantly, his beloved daughter

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Out with the Girls
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And I Will Glorify Him
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What You've Learned
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Going Broke
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He Soaked Up Our Pain
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Leaving on a High Note
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Family Matters
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Play the Night Away
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Fast Thinking
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Baalat Teshuvah
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Dear Favorite Little Sis
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Who's Making My Phone Calls?
Sara Eisemann Should I be upfront that I’m calling for myself?