PJ Our Way: For Kids 9-11

PJ Our Way is the next chapter of PJ Library. These high-quality, free, Jewish books are available for kids ages 9-11 in King and Snohomish Counties. Signing up is easy (and safe).  

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Want a preview of what the books are like?

Check out book reviews from our Kid Librarians!

Hannah (aka Pepperbird)

A Horn for Louis

When Life Gives you O.J.

Hayden Andrew

When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit

Jordan and the Dreadful Golem

Bridge to America

Small Medium at Large

Rabbi Harvey vs. The Wisdom Kid

The Inquisitor's Apprentice

 

Here are some ways you can get more out of your subscription:

 

Become a Kid Librarian
 
Do you already enjoy the PJ Our Way books and enjoy writing? Are you looking for a bar/bat mitzvah project or some plain, good ol' experience? Become a kid librarian! Email Jacque at jacquelinet@jewishinseattle.org to find out more!
 
Book Clubs

 

PJ Our Way Educator Irit Eliav Levin has created Book Club Guides for every PJ Our Way book. These free, downloadable guides are available to the book club leaders (parents or kids) in order to run a fun and active book club. They include interesting questions, conversation prompts, and fun activities.  

 

View the Book Guides below - click on the image:

 

 

Get Help Starting Your Own Book Club

Irit Eliav Levin is here to assist you in answering questions, brainstorming ideas and providing feedback on working with children in the PJ Our Way age group. 

Irit is a freelance writer and Jewish educator. In addition to her work with PJ Our Way, Irit is currently working on a book series for Behrman House. Irit is the author of Yad B'Yad: Working Hand in Hand to Create Healthy Relationships, a curriculum for 6th grade through 8th grade Jewish youth, and is co-editor of "A Journey Towards Freedom: A Haggadah for Women Who Have Experienced Domestic Violence" (Seattle, WA: Faith Trust Institute, 2005, 2003, respectively).

Irit has an extensive background in Jewish education, including serving as the Solomike Early Childhood Center Director at Temple B'nai Torah, as Director of Education at Congregation Beth Shalom, and as a teacher at the Community High School of Jewish Studies of Greater Seattle. Irit received her master's degree in social work, with a concentration in Children, Youth and Families, from the University of Washington, and a bachelor's degree in psychology from the University of Florida. Irit currently lives in Newcastle with her husband, Dr. Joshua Levin. Contact Irit and start your book club today!