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What is PJ Library?

PJ Library sends free, award-winning books that celebrate Jewish values and culture to families with children from birth through 12 years old. Learn More.

How do I sign up?

Signing up is free, easy, and takes less than 3 minutes. Join today!

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Omer Counting Activities

Calendar Countdown

It's tradition to count the days between Passover and Shavuot, called the Omer. Children love countdowns, and you can make your own DIY Omer counters.

The Joy of Lag B'Omer

The celebration of Lag B'Omer between Passover and Shavuot is a great reason to throw a party. Find book lists, videos, and activities on our blog.

Favorite Books for Purchase

PJ Publishing

Looking for a baby gift? Share your favorite PJ Publishing board book with new parents. PJ Library's storefront has copies of Todah, Fridays Are Special, Havdalah Sky, and more to purchase.

PJ Library Aprons

Cook together as a family in matching PJ Library aprons, available in multiple child and adult sizes.

PJ Library Presents

Listen at home or on the go with two new magical podcasts, available everywhere you get podcasts.

Beyond the BookcaseFamiliar fairy tales come to life when Miri and Micah visit the wonderful land of Mashal. 

Afternoons with MimiEveryone's favorite grandmother, Mimi, reads books, folktales, and original stories that will capture the imaginations of young and old alike.

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Commemorating Israel's History

Yom Ha'atzmaut

Israel's Independence Day falls close together with Israel's Memorial Day and Jerusalem Day. From places to visit with your family to Israeli foods to try, we've got the perfect ways to learn and celebrate.

A Virtual Tour

Want to visit Israel from home? Discover the sights, sounds, and tastes in these picture books.

The Next Chapter of PJ Library: PJ Our Way

PJ Our Way is for kids ages 9-12, and it's kid-driven. They choose their own books each month, creating a tailored experience totally based on their own interests and reading level.

Learn more and sign up your middle grade reader.