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Curious Collections

Shira Yehudit Djlilmand

Lots of people collect things, whether it’s stamps, coins, or rebbeim cards. But you can collect just about anything — take a look at these weird and wonderful collections …

 

Buried Treasure!

Avigail Sharer

Ever dream of striking it lucky in your own backyard? Who knows what secrets await, hidden under the soil?

 

It Happened to Me: The Moaning has to Stop

Rhona Lewis

When I was in seventh grade, my younger sister, Shani, came home at lunch time with a horrible song. I’ll never forget the chorus: If you show him a rose, he’ll see the thorns. If it rains sweets and chocolates, he’ll ask for an umbrella. She sang it a few times. Mom looked thoughtful. Dad stroked his beard, like he always does when he’s about to say something important.

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