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Jr. Tales: Animal Invasion!

Y. Bromberg

Our pleasant lives changed when the Man in Black came to the neighborhood

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 19

Bracha Rosman

The kidnappers plan to send the next set of instructions to the Glenners, then drive to the farm, pick up Lulu, and make the exchange.

 

Stand Up and Be Counted: Chapter 4

Devorah Grant

Libby contemplates the concept of peer pressure. The “Are You Normal?” survey is launched, though Dassi is concerned the whole program will flop…

 

Much Ado about… Nothing!

Rochel Burstyn

What’s the smallest number? One, right? Well, actually, it’s zero. Let’s zero in on zero, so you can say, “I just learned something about nothing!”

 

Jolly Solly: By the Numbers

R. Atkins

From them on, Miriam was busy finding numbers everywhere. She would check the letters that came in the mail, and read the numbers on the address; she’d read the numbers on the tuna cans in the closet, listing the weight of the contents…

 

Jr. Tales: The Sweeter Side of Zero

Rivkah Small

Breindy was definitely dragging her feet now at the thought of having to study sloooowly with Tirtza instead of breezing through it on her own

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 18

Bracha Rosman

A rock with a ransom note is thrown through a window in the Glenners’ house. Idy decides it’s time to escape with Lulu

 

Fair and Square

Chana Yanofsky

Other thoughts hammered away in her head. Meira. The two of them had once joked that they could write The Best Friends Manual

 

Stand Up and Be Counted: Part 2

Devorah Grant

As per Mrs. Levison’s request, Libby and her friends embark on a new schoolwide project involving none other than…

 

Bringing Pesach to the Masses

C. Rosenberg

With the huge quantity of spreads, dips, condiments, soups, and blintzes they prepare for Pesach, kashering the Williamsburg Tuv Taam factory is a major, mega, super-event!

 

Names That Ring a Bell

Leah Reisman

Ever wish you were famous? Or your parents? What’s it like to have a last name that rings a bell with everyone who hears it?

 

Out of the Blue

Mishpacha Contributors

Sometimes, when things seem darkest, a miracle happens, “out of the blue.” Join us for Jr.’s Pesach story supplement, where we find out how a Hand from Above saves us, time and again

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