What does PJ stand for?
Pajamas! We know those special times of reading, dancing and singing together happen when your children are wearing their pajamas.
Do you enjoy reading bedtime stories with your children? Imagine turning those special moments into Jewish moments. Families all over the Berkshires are enjoying bedtime stories about Jewish values, holidays and traditions.
PJ Library is an outreach and engagement program that sends FREE, high quality, age-appropriate Jewish themed books and occasional musical selections to the homes of families with children ages six months through 8 years of age on a monthly basis.
The PJ Library program was founded by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, and is made possible through the support the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires and generous local donors.
In this beloved tale from Eastern Europe, a distraught man discovers a positive attitude for dealing with the overcrowding in his small home.
During pottery day at Camp Knish, a ball of clay manages to escape from the children who plan to mold it into various Jewish ritual objects.
Thank You to our PJ Library Funders
Jewish Federation of the Berkshires
Spitz Tuchman Family Fund
Jewish Women's Foundation of the Berkshires