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Fly Above Fear

Esty Heller

Two grown women, each paralyzed with fear at the thought of boarding a plane. A therapist uses innovative techniques to uncover the layers beneath the phobia and enables them to heal

 

From Classroom to Boardroom

The Girls of Thrive Till Five

The fresh-off-the-plane-from-seminary girl’s guide to landing your first job — and succeeding at it

 

Any Man a Prince

Ora McCarthy

“He is a prince of the Talmud,” a feverish boy whose dark eyes burned and shimmered in the smudgy light of a lamp told me

 

Rites of Passage

Miriam Katz

When every Melanie and Karen and Cindy started to be called Michal and Rivka and Chaya, I realized I’d taken for granted the treasure I’d been given

 

Teacher in the Middle

Rivka Streicher

I steal a look at the girls. They’re writing, writing. What about me? I taught them this, the words they’re stringing together so fast and sure

 

Center Stage: Chapter 62

Gila Arnold

Heshy doesn’t trust me to handle myself with her, Rina thought. She didn’t know if she should be offended, or grateful that her husband had her back

 

A Fading Light: Chapter 9

Joan Zlotnick

The questions I’m referring to are those that keep whirling around in our heads without any hope of resolution

 

Yardsticks: Chapter 3

Esty Heller

I wondered what was up with that seamstress, but I couldn’t dwell on her. The Kohlmans were waiting for me to design a gown that would make headlines. It was going to be a long night

 

The Path to Popularity

Rochel Burstyn

What makes someone popular? And how can you ramp up your own popularity?

 

A Fading Light: Chapter 8

Joan Zlotnick

On two separate days, a few months apart, I arrived at the facility to hear devastating news

 

It Only Takes One

Rachel Glass

With me, numbers have never been just numbers; they’re characters with their own distinctive personalities. It’s just the way it is

 

Hugging Tomorrows

Sarah Moses Spero

When you’ve belonged to a smaller community for generations, it takes just about that long to feel truly connected somewhere else

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