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The Clowns are in Town!

Leeba Leichtman

After Queen Esther, Mordechai, and Haman, clowns make a most popular Purim costume. They’re entertaining, brightly clad, and always cheerful. But there’s so much more to clowns than red noses and oversized shoes. Jr. dug up all the sidesplitting facts about these funny fellows.

 

Madame Chamberlaine: Going Up?

Tzipi Wolner

I pulled the colorful wig onto my head and looked in the mirror. “How do I look?” I asked. Shuly was busy stuffing the tips of the super-long shoes she was wearing. “Wow, awesome. I love your makeup!”

 

Laughter as Therapy

Rochel Burstyn

You’ve probably heard the saying that laughter is the best therapy, but did you know there’s really such a thing as laughing therapy? Let’s hop on over to Colorado to meet Enda Junkins, a licensed psychotherapist for over 30 years who specializes in laughter therapy.

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