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Phillip's Library

Our newly renovated library, Phillip's Library, was dedicated in memory of Phillip Michael Silverman, on September 10, 2017. 
Our library catalog is online. You can look to see what books are available in our library anytime, day or night, by accessing our catalog. To view our online catalog, click here.
Stop by Phillip's Library and check out our great selection of books for children and adults. To check out books, follow the directions on the circulation desk for self check-out or stop by the library on a Sunday morning when our library volunteers are there to help with book selection. There is a slot on the circulation desk for book returns.
Is there a new Jewish book you would like to read? Click here to send suggestions for books to consider for purchase.

suggested selections for adults and children:

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year 5781, begins Friday evening, September 18, 2020. has 70 links about Rosh Hashanah, ranging from laws and customs to games and recipes. Site languages include English, Hebrew, French, German, Italian, Portugese, Russian and Spanish. has over 780 Rosh Hashanah Cool Videos.  There is something for everyone.

Recommended sites for Jewish online books and videos

Informational videos, audios and podcasts on many Jewish topics-check out the ones on the high holidays to prepare for the upcoming holidays.
You will find lots of great ideas for Jewish activities, stories, etc. to do with children to keep quarantined families busy.
You’ll find family-friendly story podcasts, sleepy time tunes, holiday playlists, dance mixes, read-aloud, sing-alongs – something for everyone with new featured content each month.
PJ Library Atlanta Facebook every Monday at 9:30 a.m.
Join PJ Library Atlanta on Monday mornings at 9:30am for something fun! Each day we will do something different live on Facebook! Experiences include; story time, crafts, yoga, cooking and so much more!
Locked Down? (Episode 2) Here are some virtual tours to fascinating Jewish museums and other Jewish heritage sites to pique your interest and keep you busy
Jewish Stories Sites from Jacob Richman:
Sun, September 20 2020 2 Tishrei 5781