PJ Library

 

 

The PJ Library® is a unique program that seeks to encourage Jewish families with young children to explore Jewish literature.  In order to accomplish that goal, each month The PJ Library® sends an age appropriate Jewish content book or CD to enrolled children between the ages of six months to seven years. Created by The Harold Grinspoon Foundation (HGF), The PJ Library is funded by local philanthropists and organizations in partnership with HGF.   Enroll in PJ Library here.

What does PJ stand for?

Pajamas! We know those special times of reading, dancing and singing together happen when your children are wearing their pajamas.

Who is eligible?

A family must have children from 6 months to 5 years old with one Jewish parent in the household and must currently reside in Lee and Charlotte Counties.

What’s the cost?

The PJ Library® is free when your child is enrolled in the program due to our generous local donors. There is only one enrollment allowed per household. Enroll here

Recent Books 

  • It Could Always Be Worse

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitude for dealing with the overcrowding in his small home.

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitude for dealing with the overcrowding in his small home.

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitude for dealing with the overcrowding in his small home.

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitude for dealing with the overcrowding in h...

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitud...

    In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught ma...

    In this beloved tale from Easter...

    In this beloved tale f...

  • The Ball of Clay that Rolled Away

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children who plan to mold it into various Jewish ritual objects.

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children who plan to mold it into various Jewish ritual objects.

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children who plan to mold it into various Jewish ritual objects.

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children who plan to mold it into various Jewish ri...

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children wh...

    During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages ...

    During pottery day at Camp Knish...

    During pottery day at ...

  • Sadie and the Big Mountain

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it but when the day arrives, it’s much different than Sadie presumed.

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it but when the day arrives, it’s much different than Sadie presumed.

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it but when the day arrives, it’s much different than Sadie presumed.

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it but when the day arrives, it’s much d...

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid she won’t be able to make it...

    When her preschool plans a Shavuot hike, Sadie is afraid ...

    When her preschool plans a Shavu...

    When her preschool pla...

Generously Sponsored by

 

Judi Roth for the Roth Family Foundation

Kenneth and Gwenda Asher for the Asher Family Foundation

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation