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Menucha Chana Levin

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Menucha Chana Levin is the author of two novels, The Youngest Bride and The Castle Builders, published by Israel Bookshop Publications.
Now that the twins are eight years old, Michael is fully aware of the painful fact that he and his twin brother are different in many ways.
Gently, the doctor breaks the devastating news to Debbie that Mark probably won't survive.
We decide to rent an apartment in Jerusalem over the High Holidays, to get a feel for what it will be like to actually live here. Maybe at the end of our holiday, we'll make the big decision which will impact the rest of our lives.
Birth and death—our journey’s start and end. How different, yet how similar they are.
Although my mother, of blessed memory, passed away 17 years ago, around the time of her yahrzeit (anniversary of her death) I always remember the extraordinary series of events that ensured I made it to her funeral.
Looking at the child’s dejected little face, I share her hurt. Though it happened decades ago, I still vividly remember the pain of rejection by my mean classmates, like a shard of glass in my heart.
How Israeli artist Yaron Bob transforms weaponry into works of art
There are approximately 8,000 rockets fired by Palestinian terrorists at Israeli civilians each year. Even when aimed at military objects, the rockets and mortar shells and considered illegal weapons: their high imprecision endangers civilians in the area...
Only later did I notice that one tiny tree had been planted so close to the playground’s fence that its narrow branches had become entangled in the mesh. Would it ever grow to independent maturity like the other trees?
I will never forget the Friday afternoon phone call I once received from my oldest son’s teacher. Michael was a child with a learning disability and resultant behavior problems. Previous phone calls from his teachers were not happy ones. So I was amazed a...
As the Flame Flickers
Sometimes, when I see a little boy, I wonder who my child might have been. Precocious, talking at an early age? Maybe. Spoiled? Probably. Would he have been loved? Completely...
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