A free subscription to PJ Library is sure to enrich your family’s Jewish journey.
PJ Library has given us the confidence to create our own Jewish family traditions.
FREE Jewish-themed Books and Music for Kids 6 Months to 8 Years
When you enroll in PJ Library (that’s PJ as in pajamas), we’ll mail you a free, high-quality book or CD every month. Selected by top Jewish educators and kid-tested, the books represent the best Jewish children’s literature available today.
Age appropriate topics include Jewish holidays, folktales, values and traditions.
Best of all, you can expect each book and CD to engage and delight!
PJ Library Is More than Books!
When you sign up for PJ Library, you’ll also receive a monthly email newsletter to let you know of upcoming JCC family events around Greater Boston. Open to everyone, they’re a great way to have fun and connect with other families. We hope you’ll join us! Like us on facebook to stay connected.
We’re Here to Help
Jamie has a wealth of experience in Jewish education and creating programs and events for families with young children. She and her two young children are huge PJ fans. The books and programs have enriched their Jewish journey through the years. That is why she is so passionate about sharing PJ Library stories and experiences with families throughout Greater Boston. Jamie lives in Dedham with her family.
Contact Jamie: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Beyond the Books
PJ goes to Camp grants
For PJ Library subscribers, siblings and alumni attending Jewish overnight camp for the first time.
PJ Library in Greater Boston is a gift from JCC Greater Boston and the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, with additional support from Combined Jewish Philanthropies and individual donors.