Image: a series of books for families
Our pilot program with PJ Library will enable families and loved ones of the blind and visually-impaired to be able to read books together. Patrons can order a print version of four wonderful books for families: The Peddler, Hanukkah at Monica’s, Until the Blueberries Grow, and Jeremy's Dreidel. Each book will have a Braille transparency on each text page. Email our librarians or call (800) 433-1531 to order a DTB and a print/Braille book to enjoy for a month, and a Braille-only version is also available on demand.

PJ Library sends free high-quality storybooks and activities to families with kids from birth through age 12. These stories spark conversation and inspire the whole family to engage with what is most meaningful to them about being Jewish. Created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, the program is made possible through partnerships with philanthropists and local Jewish organizations. To learn more and sign up, visit pjlibrary.org. For more information, see our December newsletter or PJ Library's press release.
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