Category Archives: A Story for Sunday

Some Great Summer Reads

For those of you who know me, you know that I am a huge fan of children’s and young adult literature. This year, my family has embarked on a  50 book challenge wherein each of us is trying to read … Continue reading

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A Fairy Tale with a Twist

Falling In by Frances O’Roark Dowell Falling In is something a little different from the Frances O’Roark Dowell books I have read thus far. While I enjoyed reading it, and the mystery surrounding much of the story, there was a … Continue reading

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Sunday Stories

This afternoon, my seven year old son had the honour of accompanying our lovely neighbour on her annual pre-Pesach outing. Every year she delivers a box of shmurah matza and a personal, hand-written note to each of her unaffiliated acquaintances … Continue reading

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A Story for Sunday

I just finished reading  Anything but Typical  by Nora Raleigh Baskin. Twelve year old Jason Blake tells his own story, from his own perspective. Jason writes the story he cannot speak; he writes what he feels but cannot communicate. Through Jason’s … Continue reading

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