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Job Search

Yisrael Rutman

This week, Jr. takes a look at jobs that have disappeared, jobs that are disappearing, and the jobs that are taking their place.

 

Nonny Bear and the Magic Pen

Yael Mermelstein

“So,” Mr. Hirsch said as he handed back our essay papers. “I’m sorry to say that I was very, very disappointed with the fiction stories you boys wrote this week.”

 

Fishel and Faivish Get Swept Away

R. Atkins

With a sigh, Fishel closed the picture book he’d been looking through. How he wished he’d lived in the olden days, like the children in the book! Horses and carts had filled the streets. Highway robbers had lain in wait for unwary travelers. Pirates had sailed the seas. All in all, life had been filled with adventure and spice.

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