Sharon Litwak and her children Andrea, 7, left, Jessica, 5, right, and Ilana, 2, read a Passover book from the PJ Library program, which sends books to their Tarzana, Calif., home each month.
Sharon Litwak and her children Andrea, 7, left, Jessica, 5, right, and Ilana, 2, read a Passover book from the PJ Library program, which sends books to their Tarzana, Calif., home each month. MCT
Sharon Litwak and her children Andrea, 7, left, Jessica, 5, right, and Ilana, 2, read a Passover book from the PJ Library program, which sends books to their Tarzana, Calif., home each month. MCT

'PJ Library' sends Jewish-themed books to families across the U.S. and Canada

January 22, 2011 12:00 AM

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