Your PJ Our Way Books for April

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

Check out PJ Our Way’s choices for April! This month, your child can read letters written from a fourth-grader to her dog, journey alongside an adopted character who wants to discover more about her birth family, or follow the adventures of an orphan who exploring the big city during the Harlem Renaissance.  Classic short stories about the foolish villagers of Chelm round out this month’s selection.

Letters to Leo

Letters to Leo by Amy Hest

Ages 8+

153 pages

Fourth grader Annie Rossi’s got lots of great ideas: how to be a Model Citizen, how to be a (fake) Yankees fan, and how to teach her professor dad how to race on a bicycle! Her four-legged best friend, Leo, completely agrees.

The Length of a String

The Length of a String by Elissa Brent Weissman

Ages 10+

380 pages

As the only black girl at Hebrew school, Imani’s less than curious about her adoptive family’s Jewish history, and more than a little curious about her own. How can she find out about her birth family without hurting her mom’s feelings?

Dave at Night

Dave at Night by Gail Carson Levine

Ages: 11+

278 pages

Dave used to be the big troublemaker of his family. Now he’s got no family, and he’s in BIG trouble. But one night he sneaks out of the orphanage into the big city, and everything changes…

Zlateh the Goat

Zlateh the Goat By Isaac Bashevis Singer

Ages: 9+

104 pages

Chelm is a village of fools, and the Elders of Chelm are the greatest fools of all.

How do they manage? Read these seven silly stories and see for yourselves!

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