We don't need to tell you that reading to your children is important. Study after study has shown it impacts a child’s development. Even the mere presence of books in a home increases the level of education they can reach. (Great news for those of us who haven’t gotten around to cleaning out the playroom in a while.)
But finding the right books and making the time to read as a family can be hard. That’s where PJ Library comes in.
PJ Library sends free Jewish children's books to families across the Lehigh Valley – and the world – every month.
We know that something magical happens when parents sit down together to read with their children. PJ Library shares Jewish stories that can help your family talk together about values, traditions, and culture that are important to you.
A program of the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, PJ Library is made possible in the Lehigh Valley through a partnership with the Jewish Federation, the Jewish Community Center and the Jewish Day School and through the support of the Wax Family Fund of the Lehigh Valley Jewish Foundation, Bonnie and Bobby Hammel and the Jean B. Weiner Foundation.
Families with kids ages newborn through 8 1/2 years old with Judaism as part of their lives, are welcome to sign up, regardless of their Jewish background, knowledge, or observance.
We also offer activities for your family — a great way to meet new people!
Your children are learning about the world around them through the stories they hear. PJ Library books can bring Jewish ideas and inspiration for you and your children to share together.
Questions? Contact coordinator Abby Trachtman at 610-821-5500 x321 or email@example.com.