Your PJ Our Way Books for April

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

Check out the four books available for selection from PJ Our Way this month.
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Your PJ Our Way Books for March

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

Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for March! This month, the reader gets to choose Yael’s path as she prepares for her bat mitzvah in Yael and the Party of the Year. The third installment of The Time Tunnel series, Let My People Go, takes us on a whirlwind trip to ancient Egypt. Discover how four children became part of an Academic Bowl team in the Newbery Medal-winning The View From Saturday, or curl up with the classic characters of More All-of-a-Kind Family.
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Your PJ Our Way Books for February

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

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Wishtree: Lessons in Kindness from a Talking Tree

Posted January 07, 2019  | Written by PJOW Parent

Wishtree is the story of Red, a 216-year-old Northern Red Oak living in a diverse suburban neighborhood. It is also a story of friendship, family, community, heritage, immigration, and the power of words to create and connect, to divide and destroy. Fundamentally, though, this is a story of the power of kindness, and what happens when a community comes together in response to hatred and xenophobia. Read More »

How to Get Your Tween to Read More Than Just the Cereal Box

Posted December 14, 2018  | Written by PJ Our Way Team

By Carla Naumburg, PhD

Getting our little ones in front of a book is relatively easy. They’re desperate for our attention and the stories are short and readable. But as our children move into their tween years, their love of literacy can get buried under reading logs and timers set for fifteen minutes and endless reminders that no you can’t have any screen time until you finish.

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