Dolly Parton's Imagination Library

Imagination Library is an amazing opportunity for children to receive free books in the mail from birth to age five. It was established by country singer Dolly…
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Dolly Parton's Imagination Library
Imagination Library is an amazing opportunity for children to receive free books in the mail from birth to age five.  It was established by country singer Dolly Parton in 1996 and brought to Brant in 2009 by Kids Can Fly in partnership with the Rotary Club of Brantford-Sunrise.  Funding from both Rotary Clubs now allow Kids Can Fly to register about 200 children per year.    The children begin to receive quality, age appropriate books in the mail, once a month. Country, Library Books, Quality
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Imagination Library is an amazing opportunity for children to receive free books in the mail from birth to age five. It was established by country singer Dolly Parton in 1996 and brought to Brant in 2009 by Kids Can Fly in partnership with the Rotary Club of Brantford-Sunrise. Funding from both Rotary Clubs now allow Kids Can Fly to register about 200 children per year. The children begin to receive quality, age appropriate books in the mail, once a month.
Parents at the Coleridge children’s centre in Rotherham said the Imagination Library scheme had inspired them to read more, as well as enthusing their children. Parents, Centre, Reading, Childrens, Dolly Parton Books
Dolly Parton sends books to Rotherham
Parents at the Coleridge children’s centre in Rotherham said the Imagination Library scheme had inspired them to read more, as well as enthusing their children.