BTW--UR Teen Will Luv This GR8 Read :-)!
- ITEM #: 6341
- Dimensions: 6.1 x 9.2
- ISBN: 978-1-59826-001-4
- Weight: 1.0500 lbs
- Binding: Hard Cover / 191 pages
- Published by: Feldheim Publishers
Hop on board for a memorable ride! This collection of stories features kids with concerns, dreams, families, and realistic situations every teen can relate to.
Meet Avital, an aspiring actress. When she is chosen for the lead in the school play, the role begins to dominate her life. Will Avital be able to separate the life of the character she is portraying from reality, and what will happen when the production is over?
Bentzion is disappointed: he has been looking forward to camp the year of his bar mitzvah for as long as he can remember. Is it his fault that the economy got worse and his parents can't afford to send him? Just when Bentzion's summer looks very bleak indeed, an unusual opportunity presents itself.
Bruchy and Malky are thrilled to be chosen to attend the Bais Yaakov convention. But when the best friends arrive, they are constantly asked a question that makes Malky very uncomfortable and threatens to ruin the entire experience--until she receives help from an unexpected source.
Shloimy's wonders what's with his little brother. Why can't he do his share of the family chores? However, when his parents explain that Chaim has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder, everything makes sense. But that starts Shloimy thinking: why can't everyone have initials after their names indicating what's special about them? It sounds like a good idea, but when Shloimy puts it into practice, things don't go exactly as planned...
Reva Rubenstein's stories speak to kids dealing with life in today's world as they juggle contemporary society and our Torah heritage. With a perfect blend of humor and sensitivity, this collection has something for everyone.
Reva Rubinstein is PHENOMENAL. I am 23 an have been reading her stories for the past 5 years. She is so funny! The humor is so real and just so hilarious! She gets into the mind of kids. I recommend it to everyone I know. She's the man, I tell you.
i always appreciate a story with a message - something to think about. in these stories, an ideal or concept is cleverly embedded...and surfaces later, while thinking about the story. although i am a grandmother, i enjoyed this collection, and so did my daughter. Thanx for providing quality reading!