Check out the fun and informative story about The PJ Library® recently featured on WBUR-FM.
Free Jewish books and music for children ages 0-5 in partnership with the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
The PJ Library (yes, PJ as in pajamas) is a Jewish journey through books and reading. Each participating family receives a monthly mailing of a Jewish children’s book or musical CD. Selections feature a wide array of themes such as Jewish holidays, folktales and Jewish family life. Along with the books and music, families will receive parenting resources to enhance the reading experience.
The PJ Library is a national project created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation and is administered locally by the Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston, with additional generous funding from local donors.
Visit jccgb.org/pjlibrary or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-558-6587.
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