The PJ Library: Jewish Bedtime Stories and Songs for Families

From Section:
Informal Education
Jun. 26, 2008

Source: The PJ Library


The PJ Library reaches out to Jewish families with young children to help create stronger Jewish homes — homes that foster children’s curiosity about their Jewish heritage and help families explore their Jewish identity. In participating communities, each subscribed child receives a free gift of a high-quality, age appropriate Jewish book or CD that is mailed to the home every month. The PJ Library offers books to children from age six months to six years.

The books and music are chosen by specialists for distribution along with parenting resources to help enrich the Jewish content of the home.

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF) houses and provides operating support for this national project with local investors—federations, foundations and individuals—paying to implement this operation in their hometowns.

Updated: Feb. 07, 2017
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