Why We Chose This Book: All the World

Have you ever wondered how we pick the books you find in your PJ Library envelopes? This post is part of a series from the PJ Library Book Selection Committee. Learn more about why we chose the book All the World by Liz Garton Scanlon with illustrations by Marla Frazee.

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A Bread-Free Tashlich for Kids

Tashlich – the casting away of sins on Rosh Hashannah – often involves throwing bread into running water. Since “human-food” like bread isn’t great for some wild-life to eat, here are some fun, environmentally friendly tashlich alternatives to try with your family.

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PJ Library Implementing Partner Engagement Grants Awarded

We at the Harold Grinspoon Foundation are excited to present the fourth cohort of PJ Library Implementing Partner Engagement Grant recipients, which have been awarded $188,500 in grants, ranging from $8,000-$25,000, to expand and deepen engagement opportunities for families raising Jewish children across North America.

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7 Easy Rosh Hashanah Activities for Kindergartners

Your energetic five-year-old is ready for apples, honey, and saying Shanah Tovah, “Happy New Year!” These easy activities will channel your child’s excitement about the High Holidays while helping her learn more about the meaning of Rosh Hashanah.

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