PJ Our Way


Have you heard? PJ Library has expanded to ages 9-11 with PJ Our Way. Now kids get to choose the books they want to receive and even post their own book reviews--all for free! Both parents and kids have shared wonderful feedback with us.

You can learn more about PJ Our Way on the pjourway.org website. We hope you'll sign up today!

Please contact Robyn Cohen (215.320.0404) with any questions about PJ Our Way (ages 9-11 years) or PJ Library (ages 6 mos - 8 years). Get in on the fun!

Every child that is registered for PJ Our Way will be invited to special programs specifically for kids aged 9-11. 

Having fun at PJ Our Way!

Check out a special PJ Our Way video from our video making program!


Join jkidphilly Venturers this summer! 


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Calling all PJ Our Way kids! Do you love to help others, do mitzvot, and read Jewish books?


Become a jkidphilly Venturer this summer! 
Back for a third year: jkidphilly Venturer is an opportunity for PJ Our Way kids and their families to explore Jewish values together in new and different ways.


  1. Register online or at a jkidphilly program -- once you’ve signed up, you will receive a FREE jkidphilly Venturer wristband!
  2. Check out the list of Jewish Value Ventures -- each has a number of challenges and a time period. Complete AT LEAST TWO of the challenges (or create your own and let us know) within the time period and do something to summarize your experience: take a photo*, draw a picture, record a video, or write a story.
  3. Share what you made about your experience with us by email ([email protected]) to receive a Venturer Award for that Jewish Value*


June: Talmud Torah (Learning)

  • Read a PJ Our Way book and share your opinion about it in an email or video clip.
  • Watch this G-dcast video about the 10 Commandments
  • Make a delicious dairy dessert to celebrate Shavuot
  • Check out the "Explore" section of https://www.pjourway.org/ and tell us what you found that you like best!


July: Kavod (Respect)

  • Practice respecting the Earth by recycling at home, planting and/or picking up trash in your neighborhood
  • Write a poem or make a collage about what "Respect" means to you
  • Have a conversation with your family members about what respectful behavior looks like
  • Write a journal entry about a time when you stood up for someone else at school, camp, on a sports teams, etc.

August: Reut (Friendship)

  • Make a friendship bracelet for someone you care about
  • Host a friend at your home--invite over someone you would like to get to know better
  • Make a birthday card and mail to a friend
  • Visit a senior citizen center and get to know the residents there