“It’s Time to Be a Hero” library campaign with PJ Masks!


“It’s Time to Be a Hero” library campaign with PJ Masks!

PJ Masks all shout hooray – off to the library to save the day!

I’m so excited to share the news that this April, kids and families all across the country can join PJ Masks for the action-packed month-long “It’s Time to Be a Hero” library campaign!


In the lead up to National Superhero Day (April 28th), participating libraries from coast to coast will host four consecutive PJ Masks-themed weeks to help little heroes everywhere discover and celebrate their own “super powers” – from being a good friend and learning how to share, to working together and more. The imagination-inspiring PJ Masks events will include scavenger hunts, book readings, episode screenings, board game play, arts & crafts and more! In addition, every week, attending children will receive a special PJ Masks “It’s Time to Be a Hero” activity booklet (while supplies last) filled with even more SUPER activities to continue the fun and learning at home.

The highly-anticipated program will wrap-up with an exciting PJ Masks National Superhero Day celebration, where children will be encouraged to come to their local libraries dressed as their favorite PJ Masks character!

Visit your local library for details on how you can win the PJ Masks, It’s Time to be a Hero Experience for the entire family! Prize packages include a television, DVD, book, and game for everyone in the family to enjoy the PJ Masks Experience!

The PJ Masks, “It’s Time to be a Hero” Experience is being offered at these participating libraries.

(Austinites can check out the Hutto Public Library!)

See you in the library.


To find out more about the national PJ Masks library program visit www.PJMasksLibraryParents.com.

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