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The Power of Pyramids

Meira Feinman

What structure could interest everyone from thieves and explorers to archaeologists and historians? A pyramid, of course! Come along with Jr. as we explore these fascinating structures in all their variations.

 

Nonny Bear Draws Straws

Yael Mermelstein

I, Nonny Bear, am an inventor. I suppose that when I patent my inventions, I will probably go with the name Yochanan Bear because it sounds more official. Then, when I am famous for all of my inventions, I will call myself Nonny Bear.

 

Slaves Can’t be Lazy

Rhona Lewis

“Did you water your tomatoes?” Mrs. Eisen called from the kitchen where she was dropping meatballs into a pot of boiling tomato sauce. Aryeh was lying on the couch on his stomach. His hand alternated between turning the pages of his book and dipping into a bag of chips. “I’m in the middle of the action, Mommy.”



 
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