PJ Library is an international program that supports both Judaism and
childhood literacy by mailing high quality Jewish-content children’s
books every month. In addition to books, children receive a CD featuring
Jewish music once a year.
The PJ Library is funded nationally in partnership with Harold Grinspoon Foundation. Locally,
Community Day School is a proud sponsor of PJ Library, along with the
Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh, the Agency for Jewish Learning
and the Jewish Community Center.
date, more than 1,000 children in Pittsburgh have received these gifts
at no charge to their families. Read more about the PJ Library in this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article.
All Jewish children in
Pittsburgh between the ages of 6 months and 5-1/2 years are eligible to
receive PJ Library books. Families who are subscribe also receive our
periodic electronic newsletter.
Click here to sign up for PJ Library.