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Birds of a Feather

Leeba Leichtman

Feathers here, feathers there, feathers everywhere! From peacocks to pigeons, owls to ospreys, and swans to sparrows, birds decorate our planet with a marvelous array of hues and shades, all displayed in their most prominent feature, feathers.

 

Madame Chamberlaine: The Feather of the Golden Eagle

Tzipi Wolner

“NOOOOOOO!” Shuly jumped away from the front lawn while I just stood staring at the falling glass and rolling beads. “Oh, boy.” “This is not funny, Shuly. What in the world will I do now?”

 

Bentzi and the Magic Potion

Shifra Glick

“All this sounds awful,” I said. “Well, let’s have fun while you’re here.” Chemda broke into a run. “Race you to the house!” she called over her shoulder. “Wanna swing in the hammock?”



 
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