Shabbat Table Talk

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BY Danielle Sarah Storch
July 24, 2014

“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 off and mixing into the rumble of the bus motor. We were almost at our sleep-away camp — the one that Shoni and I had planned all year long to CONTINUE »

BY Danielle Sarah Storch
May 29, 2014

Baseball season arrived, and we stood on the dirt field at Little League practice. I held my glove between my elbow and ribs while I fixed the brim on my baseball cap. Today, we would be given our positions, and Sunday we would play the Red Sox. “I’m gonna land shortstop, watch and see!” I CONTINUE »

BY A Story by Danielle Sarah Storch
March 27, 2014

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 friend, Rachel, and I wanted to be in the Shara Girl’s Choir. Everyone knows that only sixth-graders and above are allowed to try out, and only the good singers make it CONTINUE »

BY A Story by Danielle Sarah Storch
February 27, 2014

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 School celebration. As I neatly chewed mine, I could see the new kid’s mouth twisting left and right as some powder covered his freckled face and plaid shirt. My friends and CONTINUE »

January 22, 2014

“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 the park. “Yeah,” she answered. “Last year, the girls at her old school called her trouble.” “What do you mean?” I said, shaking my head. “Isn’t that gossip?” “No!” Sara exclaimed. CONTINUE »