PJ Library Books for Visually Impaired Kids and Adults

PJ Library is partnering with The Jewish Braille Institute (JBI) in New York to provide children’s books about Jewish tradition and culture to blind and visually impaired children and adults. This pilot program will enable families with accessibility needs to read Jewish books together and share unforgettable Jewish moments. Patrons can order a print version of four picture books that will have a Braille transparency overlaying each text page: The Peddler and the Baker, Hanukkah at Monica’s, Until the Blueberries Grow, and Jeremy’s Dreidel, and people can even order a braille version of the PJ Library Family Haggadah! Reach out to JBI for more information.