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By the Book

C. Rosenberg

Jews are called the People of the Book. While collectors of antiques enjoy many types of collections, many frum collectors have, unsurprisingly, built seforim collections

 

Tales of Treasure: On the Job

Chaim Finkelstein

My bubby Rivka Leah was very proud of her father, Reb Yehuda Leib Rubin ztz”l, and the kiddush Hashem he once made for Shabbos

 

Tales of Treasure: Treasure on the Bench

Julie Hauser

I was the hero for saving this bentsher, for saving Hashem’s Name. I couldn’t believe someone had thrown it away

 

Tales of Treasure: One Treasure Lost, One Treasure Saved

Rhona Lewis

Mom stopped walking. “I see you have a gun,” she said to him. “Keep calm and don’t do anything you’ll regret”

 

Jolly Solly: Fishel, Faivish, and the Sweet Deal

R. Atkins

Fishel nearly choked right then and there. Half a million bucks for an old book?!

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 24

Bracha Rosman

Zachary thought back to better days when he had helped his father on the farm. They had been a team. A good one at that!

 

Flying Colors

Rochel Burstyn

We’re in for a treat! Here we are, at Niagara Parks Butterfly Conservatory, waiting to meet the butterfly conservatory curator and see all those gorgeous butterflies

 

The Bear Family: Benny Bear and the Quiet Kid

Yael Mermelstein

Nonny sighed. “Everyone has a talent,” he said. He didn’t say “except for me” but I knew that was what he was feeling

 

Hide and Seek: Chapter 23

Bracha Rosman

Idy untied the muddied old blankets from Lulu, and threw them into the bushes. “These aren’t good anymore.” She laughed. “They haven’t been good for years”

 

What Have I Got to Lose?

Rifky Wertzberger

I can’t understand why Mommy has decided to listen to Mrs. Kahan, the principal. Doesn’t she know that Mrs. Kahan loves putting labels on kids?

 

Stand Up and Be Counted: Chapter 8

Devorah Grant

Was there a way to be unique even while doing the same thing as everyone else? I was beginning to think that perhaps there was

 

Jr. Tales: Mascot Madness

Rhona Lewis

Only Shoshani kept doodling in her notebook. And that was because she knew what was coming. And she didn’t want to hear it

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