What’s all the excitement?
Over 600 children in our Greenwich community have joined the 185,000 children nationwide who receive free books from The PJ Library® each month! The PJ Library®, developed by Harold Grinspoon Foundation and sponsored by UJA Greenwich in tribute to Charles J. Schneider, is a unique library for children that brings Jewish stories and songs to life at home and supports Jewish literacy for young families. Reading stories and listening to music are among the most powerful and nurturing early childhood experiences. The PJ Library® can help you enrich your family’s reading moments with Jewish ideas, values and traditions. Research shows that Jewish experiences in the first seven years of life establish the basis of a child’s Jewish sense of self. The PJ Library® helps you create special time and introduce a new generation to the richness and depth of our Jewish heritage.
A Gift for Their Future
Sign up for The PJ Library® and your children will receive a high quality book or CD each month for one year. The PJ Library® is for children ages seven months to seven years old and is available free to children living in Greenwich. Anyone can enroll, so if you are an aunt, uncle, grandparent or friend of young children, you can sign them up for The PJ Library®. (Families living outside of Greenwich can enroll too. Just go to www.pjlibrary.org.) It’s never too early to create treasured Jewish memories with your family. Enroll your children and tell your friends about The PJ Library®. Give them a gift that keeps on giving!
Making New Friends
The PJ Library® is funded by UJA Greenwich in tribute to Charles J. Schneider.