The Kids Speak stories are more than just stories. They're a way to encourage children to talk about themselves, to express their feelings and conflicts with confidence. They deal with issues close to a child's heart; having friends, being accepted by the group, gaining self-confidence, dealing with fears and worries, facing success and failure, and coping with life events. Yudah, leader of his peers, is in charge of making the Lag BaOmer bonfire that’s named after him. One day, the group decides that a different kid will be in charge of the bonfire, which will now be named for him. Yudah feels betrayed. Why did they do it? Is there a way out? Naomi is a happy, popular girl—until a new girl enters her class and turns everyone against her. As if that’s not enough, the teachers blame her best friend, Tehilla, for all the turmoil. Will Naomi be saved from the tempest that threatens to destroy her class? Yehudit is only twelve, so why is she driving a school bus? And what makes the bus company commend her for it? An amazing story about a girl who prevents a tragedy. Avi is naturally curious and loves excitement. One day, he and his cousin find a few strange-looking metal objects in a nearby forest. They especially enjoy playing with a weird metal ball — not realizing it’s a hand grenade! Fourteen boys and girls are the heroes of Kids Speak 11!