How do we educate interfaith children about the various religions in the family tree?
Families that receive free Jewish children’s books from the Massachusetts-based PJ Library say the program has helped them feel more connected to their Jewish communities, with interfaith families especially saying it has spurred them to celebrate Jewish holidays and Shabbat and to learn more about Judaism, a new study found.
PJ Library is providing parents with much-needed resources to help them speak with children about difficult issues such as anti-Semitism and immigration.
Harold Grinspoon uses principles he learned from the business world to make non-profit programs like PJ Library a success.
PJ Library partners with Yehuda Matzos on co-branded matzah boxes to give more families the gift of free Jewish children’s books.
PJ Library brings free Jewish children’s book program to Jewish families in Moscow.
PJ Library releases "Purim Superhero" by request.
PJ Library has delivered 10 million books internationally since 2005.
Israel’s reading-readiness project provides 45,000 schoolchildren with Arabic-language children’s books.
The Harold Grinspoon Foundation’s PJ Library and Sifriyat Pajama, PJ’s sister program in Israel, have collectively given away more than 10 million books in nine years.