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.
 

Yael and The Party of the Year

Yael and the Party of the Year by Tamsin Lane

Ages 10+

160 pages

Yael is dreading her bat mitzvah. Will her Torah reading be a success or a bust? Will she go along with a fancy hotel party or choose something more her style? And who will be her partner for the first dance: her best friend, Eli; her new crush, Cam; or the emcee’s son, Gabriel? In this book, you get to decide!


The Time Tunnel: Let My People Go

The Time Tunnel: Let My People Go byGalila Ron-Feder-Amit

Ages 9+

95 pages

Dan and Sharon are trapped in ancient Egypt! Can they help Moses free the Jewish slaves, escape the evil Pharaoh’s clutches, and still get home in time for their Passover seder?


The View from Saturday

The View from Saturday by E.L. Konigsburg

Ages:10+

180 pages

What do you get when you mix a wedding, a sea turtle rescue, and a tea party? 

Answer: The Souls! 

Can sixth graders Noah, Nadia, Ethan, and Julian beat a team of eighth graders to win the Academic Bowl?

Winner of the Newbery Medal


More All-of-a-Kind Family

More All-of-a-Kind Family By Sydney Taylor

Ages: 8+

166 pages

Ella, Henny, Sarah, Charlotte, Gertie, and Charlie live with their parents on the Lower East Side of New York City, with no cars, no TV, and no internet! They're never bored, though. Read the book to find out why!


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