Henry & Delia Meyers Library and Media Center

Library

The expanded Henry and Delia Meyers Library & Media Center, located in the lower level of the D. Dan & Betty Kahn building, holds a collection of more than 12,000 books, magazines and other Judaica. Visitors will enjoy the quiet, relaxing atmosphere as they browse through our collection or access the Internet with our high speed computer connections.


For information, e-mail or call director Francine Menken, 248.432.5546.

New!

Used Book Sale

July 27 - July 30

Find popular fiction, history, children's books and more!

2015 - 2016 Book Club Schedule Coming Soon Starting this Fall.

Wednesdays at 2 p.m. (Note New Time)
Free and Open to the Community
RSVP to Francine Menken: 248.432.5546 or fmenken@jccdet.org

New Books & Films: Summer 2015







Lunch & Learn! With author Lila Corwin Berman

Metropolitan Jews

Wednesday, July 8
Noon - 1:30 p.m.
Max M. Fisher Federation Building
Bring Your Own Lunch
Detroit Snacks and Sweets
No Charge
RSVP to Detroit!@ajc.org
or 248.432.5546
Click on book for more details.


pj library

pj library featured bookThe PJ Library program supports families in their Jewish journey by sending Jewish-content books and music on a monthly basis to children from age 12 months to eight years. Created by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation, The PJ Library is a national program implemented by the Jewish community of Metropolitan Detroit. The PJ Library is available in more than 100 communities across the United States. The PJ Library in metro Detroit is funded through the generosity of the Applebaum Family Foundation.

Sign up now by going to www.pjlibrary.org or call: 248.205.2534

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Featured Book

talia_rude_veggies Never Say a Mean Word Again: A Tale from Medieval Spain
by Jacqueline Jules

When Samuel's father, the grand vizier, hears Hamza call Samuel names and tells his son to make sure Hamza never speaks an unkind word to him again, Samuel knows he must obey but has a hard time finding the right means to do so. Includes information about Jewish poet Samuel Ha-Nagid and the legend which inspired the story.


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