Shabbat Table Talk

Rachel’s Desire

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“Nice boots,” my friend Rachel said one day, as we walked home from Hebrew day school. “I got them from one of my aunts, I’m...

Camp Judah: Adventures on the Bus

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“I can’t believe we’re here!” I exclaimed, looking directly at my best friend, Shoni. “Camp Judah, here we come!” she yelled back, her voice trailing...

No Matter Your ‘Position,’ it’s Probably for the Best

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Baseball season arrived, and we stood on the dirt field at Little League practice. I held my glove between my elbow and ribs while...

Rachel’s True Performance

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My name is Goldie, I’m in the sixth grade, and I can’t wait to tell you my story. Ever since second grade, my best...

‘Daniel From Texas’

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I sat at my desk munching a sugar-coated doughnut. Mr. Heller, our sixth-grade math teacher, handed our class treats for the 100th Day of...

‘Miriam The Robber’

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“I can’t believe Miriam is in Mrs. Shepfield’s class with us,” I said to my best friend, as we jumped onto our swings at...

Mean Mrs. Cohen

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“You missed,” Ruthy yelled to Sara, as they played a game of dodgeball in the school courtyard at recess. The sounds of girls giggling...

The Case Of The Stolen Bicycle

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I loved my brand new 10-speed bike, a shiny black Diamondback. I would ride around after school and visit my friends. When school started, a...

The Coat And A Grudge

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I have always considered myself to be good at sharing, the kind of kid who lets you play with my rainbow loom if you...

Dan L’Kaf Zechut

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“Monday we’ll be having a math test on fractions and integers,” said Mr. Stone to our sixth-grade one Friday morning. “Not much time to study,”...