It’s time to break out the confetti and dust off those well-loved storybooks because PJ Library is turning 18 internationally and celebrating its 13th year right here in Phoenix! We’re throwing a Book Mitzvah party to celebrate, and you’re invited to join in on the joyous occasion.

For nearly two decades, PJ Library has been dedicated to enriching the lives of children and families through the magic of reading and the beauty of Jewish culture. With its mission to provide free Jewish children’s books to families around the world, PJ Library has become a cornerstone in countless homes, fostering a love for literature and a connection to heritage.

Here in Phoenix, we’ve been privileged to witness 13 incredible years of spreading the joy of reading and celebrating Jewish traditions within our community. From cherished bedtime stories to engaging family events, PJ Library has been a source of inspiration, education, and togetherness for families of all backgrounds.

As we mark this significant milestone, we invite you to join us in the festivities at our Book Mitzvah party on Sunday, April 14 from 3-5pm at the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus in Scottsdale! It will be a celebration like no other, filled with music and dancing, face painting, an ice cream bar, photo booth and so much more. Whether you’re a longtime PJ Library member or brand new to our community, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Come explore the wonders of PJ Library, where every page turned is a journey of discovery and every story shared is a celebration of heritage and imagination. Let’s make memories together as we honor 18 years of global impact and 13 years of cherished moments right here in Phoenix.

So, mark your calendars, gather your loved ones, and get ready to party with PJ Library! Together, let’s continue to inspire a lifelong love of reading and a deep connection to our rich Jewish heritage.

See you at the Birthday Book Mitzvah Bash!

PJ Book Mitzvah

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