Give the gift of Jewish learning to the child in your life... for FREE!


The Friedman Commission for Jewish Education is proud to implement PJ Library® in the Greater Palm Beaches since 2008. The program provides free high quality and age-appropriate books and CDs each month to children from 6 months old through their 8th birthday.


In this community, parents or guardians can enroll children in PJ Library who live between Boynton Beach and Martin County and west to Wellington.

PJ Library was created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation to encourage parents to begin Jewish experiences and learning opportunities for their children. It also encourages parents to spend quality time together with their children exploring our rich Jewish heritage. 


Locally, the program is made possible through generous support from the Friedman CJE, the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, and local donors Marilyn & Michael Winer, Sheila Engelstein and the late Alec Engelstein, Sol Freedman and Dorothy Adler.

In 2015 CJE delivered the 100,000th PJ Library book in the Greater Palm Beaches.

To find out about PJ Library for children with special needs who are older than 6 years old, contact Amy Bergman, CJE’s Director of Jewish Family Life. 


Know a child aged 9-11 who would love to pick their own Jewish-themed books? CJE now has PJ Our Way™. 



Want to know more about resources for families? Contact Amy Bergman, CJE's Director of Jewish Family Life. 


Learn more about PJ Library here.