How to Get Free Jewish Children’s Books

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Okay, I know I’m going a little off-script here, but I’m going with it. Typically I spend my time writing about Jewish literature for adults, but I’m branching today because I absolutely love PJ Library.

Have you heard of it? If you haven’t and you want FREE books, keep reading. If you have, and you’re a member, tell me what your favorite part about the program is in the comments below.

I first heard about PJ Library from my friend Marion of My Jewish Mommy Life and I am forever grateful to her. Not only do we receive age and holiday appropriate books every single month for free, but we also occasionally get gifts from them. To date, we’ve received a tzedaka box, a mishloach manot kit, a seed science experiment, and a Jewish calendar. Wow! I’m sure I’m missing some things, but these were the first to come to mind. They also have an online library including podcasts, free printables, and holiday how-to’s.

As a parent who wants to give their child a full education on Jewish life, this program is amazing. You can sign up for kids as young as babies and the program currently runs for kids up to 12 years old. Even more amazing to me is that it’s all funded by donations. It truly is a free service, but we try to donate to them at least once a year as a way to say thanks. So if you haven’t signed up yet, you totally should. Click here to sign up today!

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