Greater Phoenix Area

Regions covered

Greater Phoenix Area

Ages served

6 months through 8 years old

Community sponsor

PJ Library Greater Phoenix is made possible by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, Valley Beit Midrash, and the generosity of local PJ Library community supporters.

Contact

Marcy Lewis
(602) 535-1320

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About this Community

Do you love cuddling with your kid(s) and reading together, then PJ Library Phoenix is perfect for you! Each month, your family will receive a FREE Jewish children's book. That's right, FREE. No gimmicks, no catch. PJ books are about Jewishh holidays and values like being kind to others and helping repairing the world. They're kid tested, age appropriate, beautifully illustrated, and parents love them too!

PJ Library is more than just the books. Its also about family engagement and meeting new friends. Each month we gather for story times and a variety of special programs located throughout Phoenix. PJ Library is the perfect organization for any family raising Jewish children, whether affiliated, unaffiliated, interfaith or non-traditional-from 6 months through 8 years old.

If your kid(s) are 9-11 years old, please make sure to visit www.pjourway.org to register. PJ Our Way is a new program specifically tailored for our young tweens. Each month, kids get to choose a chapter book/novel that they want to read!

What are you waiting for? Sign up today and tell your friends! PJ Library is made available as a gift throughout the Greater Phoenix area from the Harold Grinspoon, Valley Beit Midrash, and local PJ Library community sponsors.

Valley Beit Midrash

Valley Beit Midrash (VBM) is a collaborative organization that brings new, exciting, and relevant Jewish programming to the Greater Phoenix Jewish community in a diverse, welcoming, engaging, and pluralistic setting. The mission of VBM is to improve the quality of Jewish life in the Greater Phoenix Jewish community by:

  • Bringing together a diverse cross-section of the community;
  • Encouraging greater cooperation and collaboration between different Jewish organizations;
  • Teaching, modeling, and inspiring the value of pluralism;
  • Cultivating the next generation of Jewish leaders.