PJ Library 

PJ Library is an international program that supports both Judaism and childhood literacy by mailing high-quality Jewish-context children’s books every month. In addition to books, children receive a CD featuring Jewish music once a year. The program is funded nationally in partnership with Harold Grinspoon Foundation, and locally, through the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh. 


All Jewish children in Pittsburgh between the ages of 6 months and 8 years are eligible to receive PJ Library books. Families who subscribe also receive a periodic electronic newsletter. To date, more than 1,000 children in Pittsburgh have received these gifts at no charge to their families. 



Sign up for PJ Library today!

New! PJ Library Pittsburgh has launched PJ Our Way, which is PJ Library's NEW gift of exceptional Jewish-themed books for kids ages 9-11 ... books that they choose themselves! Visit pjourway.org for more information and to sign up!




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