Information for Parents: PJ Our Way National Kids’ Teams 2019-2020

Posted July 26, 2019  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

Applications for next year’s Kids’ Teams are about to open!  Find out more about opportunities for your child to participate in creating PJ Our Way content. Read More »

Your PJ Our Way Books for August

Posted July 25, 2019  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for August! In this month’s choices, a girl researches her family history and discovers some surprises along the way. Two kids move from Russia to New York to search for their father – with the help of a dragon named Snigger. A boy’s experiences during the Six-Day War are both exciting and emotional. Last but not least, a pair of siblings teams up to seek justice against an alleged thief. Find fantasy, history, excitement, and adventure in this month’s four amazing selections. Read More »

Interview with Agent Alyssa Henkin

Posted July 02, 2019  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

We asked Alyssa Henkin, Senior Vice President at Trident Media Group (and a PJ Library parent!), to weigh in on some of the current trends in kidlit and specifically Jewish children’s literature. If you are an author, editor, or agent who would like to be featured in the PJ Library newsletter, please email submissions@pjourway.org. Read More »

Your PJ Our Way Books for July

Posted June 28, 2019  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for July! This month, find out what happened when a kid deals with a bully by creating a golem, or follow a young boy who takes on an animal rescue project after escaping to London on the Kindertransport.  See a social media queen figure out how to live life unplugged, or let the residents of Chelm amuse you with their celebrations of Jewish holidays. Whether you want a book that will entertain or a book that will pique your interest, you’re sure to find it in this month’s selections. Read More »

Your PJ Our Way Books for June

Posted June 01, 2019  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for June! This month, a kid must adjust to country life after moving from the big city in The Doughnut FixThe Sound of Freedom also deals with the theme of moving, following a girl whose family emigrates from Poland.  In Pink Slippers, Bat Mitzvah Blues, a teen tries to balance ballet, her best friend, and her bat mitzvah.  Finally, Mitzvah the Mutt shows us a rescue dog’s take on everything Jewish.  PJ Our Way is proud to offer these four fantastic selections! Read More »
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