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YouTube Kids To Feature “I Believe In You” Lyric Videos

YouTube Kids To Feature “I Believe In You” Lyric Videos

A series of 13 animated lyric videos spotlighting songs from “I Believe In You” to be featured on YouTube Kids, Nov. 21!

Global superstar Dolly Parton’s appeal has always been universal, and Dolly’s latest project, her first-ever children’s album “I Believe In You” unites multiple generations. Whether you are a child, a parent or a grandparent, “I Believe In You” weaves 14 tracks teaching life lessons in an approachable manner only Dolly could pull off.

Now, families can engage with the music on “I Believe In You” in a series of animated music lyric videos. The videos visually tell a story and encourage children to read and sing-along via bouncing-ball lyrics. Dolly’s “I Believe In You” lyric videos launched today on VEVO and will receive feature placement on YouTube Kids beginning Nov. 21.

 

 

The videos, appropriately launching during National Young Readers Week, are directed and produced by Gil Gilchrist, with production support provided by Daniel Lee Martin, Greg Cravens and Tom Brenner. Proceeds from the consumption of the videos will benefit Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which provides free books to children from birth to five years of age.

This series of first-of-their-kind ‘musical storybooks’ feature ‘Little Dolly’ and other characters exploring landmarks in Dolly’s beloved home state of Tennessee. With production offset provided by the Tennessee Department of Tourism Development, the Volunteer State’s biggest ambassador is once again shining a light on her native Tennessee.

New to the Imagination Library?

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One Million Books Mailed In Canada…And Counting!

One Million Books Mailed In Canada…And Counting!

One million free books sent to Canadian babies and toddlers!

November marks the one-millionth book sent to children in Canada! Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails more than 20,000 age-appropriate books across Canada every month. The simple gift of a book can have an amazing impact on the lives of children and their families.

The Dollywood Foundation partners with local organizations who fundraise and administer the program to provide a new, free, age-appropriate book in the mailbox every month for children up to age five.

The program is offered free of charge to families. Check availability or register a child through local Community Champions.

“You wouldn’t think that simply getting books to the home would improve reading scores and kindergarten readiness, but research shows that it absolutely does,” said Jeanne Smitiuch, Ontario Director for the Dollywood Foundation of Canada.

Recently, Ontario has partnered with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to provide First Nations children living on-reserve with free books to foster a love of reading and help them reach their full potential.

The Dollywood Foundation of Canada and Penguin Random House Canada are once again partnering this year to bring books to families across Canada. This year’s book list for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library was selected by The Blue Ribbon Book Selection Committee and includes 18 titles specifically for the program’s Canadian readership that highlight Canadian authors/illustrators or Canada-specific content. For 15 years, Penguin Random House has been the exclusive publisher for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Dolly Parton said,

“Several years ago I made a promise that we would add even more books written by Canadian authors to the Imagination Library. So we asked our friends at Penguin Random House to do what they could do to deliver on that promise and they have come through for us once again.”

2018 Book Selection Highlights

Book selections for 2018 include titles such as “Great,” inspired by Wayne Gretzky’s father, Walter Gretzky. “Great” is written by Glen Gretzky and Lauri Holomis, with a foreword by Wayne Gretzky, and is illustrated by Kevin Sylvester. Newly released title included is “The Darkest Dark” by Chris Hadfield and Kate Fillion, and is illustrated by The Fan Brothers. Hadfield is one of the world’s most accomplished astronauts. Also included is “A Northern Alphabet” by the late Ted Harrison, one of Canada’s most renowned artists and a recipient of the Order of Canada. Additional selections include Maxwell Newhouse’s book, “Counting on Snow” and Linda Bailey’s, “Carson Crosses Canada.”

Tara Walker, Publisher of Penguin Random House Canada Young Readers, says,

“We are thrilled to be partnering with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, which is such an important and worthy foundation. Dolly’s commitment to promote a love of reading from a young age is an inspiration to us all, and we look forward to growing the number of Canadian themed books in this program.”

More About The Imagination Library

Since launching in 1995, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library has become the premier early childhood book gifting program in the world by mailing over 94 million books in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States. Currently, the program mails over one million specially selected, age-appropriate books monthly to registered children from birth to age five. Dolly’s vision was to create a lifelong love of reading, prepare children for Kindergarten and inspire them to dream. Recent studies suggest participation in the Imagination Library program is positively and significantly associated with higher measures of early language and math development. Penguin Random House is the exclusive publisher for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

Penguin Random House Canada

Penguin Random House

Penguin Random House Canada is the Canadian division of Penguin Random House. Penguin Random House is dedicated to nourishing a universal passion for reading as the world’s first truly global trade book publisher. Penguin Random House employs more than 10,000 people globally across almost 250 editorially -and creatively independent imprints and publishing houses that collectively publish more than 15,000 new titles annually. Its publishing lists include more than 70 Nobel Prize laureates and hundreds of the world’s most widely read authors.

Imagination Library Now Available To All First Nations Children Living On-Reserve In Ontario

Imagination Library Now Available To All First Nations Children Living On-Reserve In Ontario

Ontario is promoting reading and literacy amongst First Nations children.

The partnership between Ontario and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will provide First Nations children living on-reserve with free books to foster a love of reading and help them reach their full potential. Ontario has committed $500,000, over two years, to the Dollywood Foundation of Canada to support the literacy program.

Indira Naidoo-Harris, Minister Responsible for Early Years and Child said,

“This remarkable program helps to foster an important love of books in children. I want to thank Dolly Parton and her Imagination Library for working with us to give children the incredible gift of reading. Many Ontario kids up to age 5 will now benefit from receiving a new book every month and their reading adventures will help them get the best possible start in life.”

The Imagination Library is a monthly book service that provides books free of charge, to children up to age five, who are enrolled in licensed child care centres and child and family programs on-reserve. To date, 36 First Nation communities have signed on to the Imagination Library program, registering 753 children. Jeanne Smitiuch, Ontario Director for the Dollywood Foundation of Canada said,

“November marks the 1 millionth book sent to children in Canada. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library mails more than 20,000 age-appropriate books across Canada every month, and of those, 52 percent are sent to First Nation, Metis and Inuit communities. The simple gift of a book can have an amazing impact on the lives of children and their families.”

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About Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting program that mails free books to children from birth to age five in participating communities within the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. Inspired by her father’s inability to read and write, Dolly Parton started her Imagination Library in 1995 for the children within her home county. Today, the program mails over 1 million books each month to children around the world.

Smart Start Funding In Place For Statewide Coverage In North Carolina

Smart Start Funding In Place For Statewide Coverage In North Carolina

$10 million provided to deliver books into the hands of North Carolina’s youngest children

Smart Start and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library are working together to bring books to North Carolina’s youngest children through funding provided by the North Carolina General Assembly.

During the 2017 legislative session, North Carolina state lawmakers included $3.5 million in the first year of the budget and $7 million in the second year for the Smart Start network to offer free books through Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to children across the state. Imagination Library is a program created to foster a love of reading among children age birth to five through the gift of a specially selected book delivered right to their home each month.

“I’m thrilled that my Imagination Library is going to be offered to so many children in North Carolina. Working together we can help children dream more, learn more, care more, and be more.”

Senator Ralph Hise and Representative Josh Dobson joined Smart Start and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library representatives to kick off the statewide effort that will begin in 98 of North Carolina’s 100 counties. Because the program is offered by zip code, the initial launch will cover 85 percent of NC zip codes expanding to cover every county by the second year. Cindy Watkins is the President of the North Carolina Partnership for Children that oversees the Smart Start network. She said,

“Our state leaders clearly understand how important an early love of reading is for each child’s success in school and later in life. Smart Start works in every community to ensure young children have a strong foundation for starting kindergarten – now we can offer this important literacy program to that critical work.”

Smart Start

Smart Start is a network of 75 nonprofit local partnerships that serve all 100 North Carolina counties. This network is led by The North Carolina Partnership for Children, Inc. (NCPC) that ensures fiscal and programmatic accountability, and coordinates the statewide network to create better outcomes for children and families.

Visit Smart Start to learn more about the partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, check availability or register a child.

Dolly Parton Announces Hurricane Relief Efforts

Dolly Parton Announces Hurricane Relief Efforts

Donation to be made via One America Appeal in addition to donating 500,000 children’s books.

Today, Dolly Parton will assist with the ongoing relief efforts around the United States and its territories by making a contribution to the One America Appeal for Hurricane Relief to assist with immediate life-sustaining needs of those affected. The One America Appeal is a joint appeal originally launched by all five living former American Presidents to encourage their fellow citizens to support recovery efforts from Hurricane Harvey. This special appeal was expanded to include areas most affected by Hurricanes Irma and Maria. Dolly recalled,

“After the tremendous outpouring of support my hometown received last winter after the wildfires raged through the area, I want to do my part to help other areas affected by natural disasters. I admire and respect this effort led by our Presidents so it is an honor for me to contribute to their work.”

500,000 Children’s Book Donation

In addition to the financial contribution to the One America Appeal, Dolly will launch a partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library, the nonprofit social enterprise First Book, and Penguin Young Readers to provide 500,000 books to hurricane-affected areas through the First Book National Book Bank. To kick off the campaign, Dolly’s foundation donated 165,000 books and the $90,750 needed to cover the shipping and handling charges to make books available quickly and at no cost to educators affected by the storms.

From Hurricane Katrina to Hurricane Sandy to last year’s floods in Louisiana, First Book has distributed over 5 million books to families affected by disasters, in partnership with children’s book publishers, including a substantial book donation from Penguin Young Readers. Penguin Young Readers also partners with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and First Book to support their book gifting programs and other outreach efforts, with a special focus on getting books to children in times of natural disasters. Dolly said,

“I know in the immediate aftermath of a disaster books are not the first thing people need or miss. But I also know from our past experience that after some time has passed, families, schools and libraries are eager to replenish their shelves, and their hearts, with books. First Book asked us to join with them to get the right books in the right hands at the right time and we were pleased to do so.”

Visit Hurricane Book Relief to learn more or donate to this effort—or if you work with a school or program affected by the storms.

Schools and programs affected by the storms can sign up for free with First Book and will then receive information about how to request books; each book distribution will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Chandler Arnold, First Book’s Chief Operating Officer said,

“Children in need in these communities often didn’t have the books they deserve even before the storm; our work has never been more important than it is right now. In times of crisis, books mean stories at bedtime, adventures with trusted character friends, and opportunities to dream about a world far beyond your own front door. First Book is thrilled to team up with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and Penguin Young Readers to place so many new books in these children’s hands.”

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Founded in 1995, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library is a book gifting organization that has, to date, mailed nearly 100 million books to children in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States. Each month, the program currently mails a specially selected, high-quality, age-appropriate book to over 1 million registered children from birth until they start Kindergarten in participating communities. Thousands of local, sponsoring organizations provide funding and support to the program. Dolly envisioned creating a lifelong love of reading in children, preparing them for school and inspiring them to dream. Recent studies suggest participation in the Imagination Library is positively and significantly associated with higher measures of early language development. Penguin Random House is the exclusive publisher for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

First Book

First Book transforms the lives of children in need. Through a sustainable, market-driven model, First Book is creating equal access to quality education—making everything from brand-new, high-quality books and educational resources, to sports equipment, winter coats, snacks, and more—affordable to its member network of more than 325,000 educators who exclusively serve kids in need. Since 1992, First Book has distributed more than 170 million books and educational resources to programs and schools serving children from low-income families in more than 30 countries. First Book currently reaches an average of 3 million children every year and supports more than one in four of the estimated 1.3 million classrooms and programs serving children in need. With an additional 1,000 educators joining each week, First Book is the largest and fastest-growing network of educators in North America exclusively serving kids in need.

Penguin Young Readers

Penguin Young Readers is one of the leading children’s book publishers in the United States. The company owns a wide range of imprints and trademarks including Dial Books, Dutton, Grosset & Dunlap, Kathy Dawson Books, Nancy Paulsen Books, Penguin Workshop, Philomel, Puffin, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Viking, Razorbill, Speak, and Frederick Warne. These imprints are home to such award-winning, New York Times- bestselling authors as, Laurie Halse Anderson, Jay Asher, Judy Blume, Jan Brett, Eric Carle, Ally Condie, Roald Dahl, Tomie dePaola, Sarah Dessen, Anna Dewdney, John Flanagan, John Green, Oliver Jeffers, Marie Lu, Mike Lupica, Richelle Mead, Richard Peck, Ruta Sepetys, Jacqueline Woodson and dozens of other popular authors. Penguin Young Readers Group is also the proud publisher of perennial brand franchises such as the Nancy Drew and Hardy Boys series, Peter Rabbit, Spot, the Classic Winnie the Pooh, The Very Hungry Caterpillar, Madeline, Mad Libs, the Rangers Apprentice, Skippyjon Jones, Who Was?, and Flower Fairies among many others. Penguin Young Readers Group is a division of Penguin Group LLC, a Penguin Random House company.

In October There Were Over 96 Million Free Books Mailed

In October There Were Over 96 Million Free Books Mailed

In October, we sent 1,127,705 books, which brings the total number of free books mailed to 96,260,963! You can inspire a love of reading, one page at a time, by reading these books to your children again and again!

Group 1
Children Born in 2017

“Wheels On The Bus”
Illustrated By Jerry Smath

Group 1 – Registered Children Born in 2017
Australia – “My First: 123” – 2/10/17
Canada – “Checkers & Dot at the Zoo” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Baby Touch Star” or “Happy Babies: Bedtime Baby” – 2/10/17
USA – “The Wheels on the Bus” – 10/2/17

Group 2
Children Born in 2016

“ABC Look At Me”
By Roberta Grobel Intrater

Group 2 – Registered Children Born in 2016
Australia – “Alphabet Ice Cream ” – 2/10/17
Canada – “A Day With Nellie” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Sweet Dreams Peter” or “Five Little Ducks” – 2/10/17
USA – “ABC Look At Me” – 10/2/17

Group 3
Children Born in 2015

“Maple”
By Lori Nichols

Group 3 – Registered Children Born in 2015
Australia – “To Get to Me” – 2/10/17
Canada – “Maple” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Peely Wally” – 2/10/17
USA -“Maple” – 10/2/17

Group 4
Children Born in 2014

“Llama Llama and the Bully Goat”
By Anna Dewdney

Group 4 – Registered Children Born in 2014
Australia – “I’m Green and I’m Grumpy” – 2/10/17
Canada – “Solutions for Cold Feet” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “All Hands on Deck!” – 2/10/17
USA – “Llama Llama and the Bully Goat” – 10/2/17

Group 5
Children Born in 2013

“Excellent Ed”
By Stacy McAnulty; Illustrated By Julia Sarcone-Roach

Group 5 – Registered Children Born in 2013
Australia – “My Uncle’s Donkey” – 2/10/17
Canada – “This is Sadie” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Meet the Dinosaurs” – 2/10/17
USA – “Excellent Ed” – 10/2/17

Group 6
Children Born in 2012

“Owl Moon”
By Jane Yolen; Illustrated By John Schoenherr

Group 6 – Registered Children Born in 2012
Australia – “Tiddalick the Frog ” – 2/10/17
Canada – “The Rumor” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Lovely Old Lion” – 2/10/17
USA – “Owl Moon” – 10/2/17

Welcome Book
First Book Children Receive

The Little Engine That Could - Penguin Random House

“The Little Engine That Could”
Written by Watty Piper & Illustrated by George & Doris Hauman

Welcome Book – First book sent to registered children
Australia – “Dream Little One, Dream” – 2/10/17
Canada – “The Little Engine That Could” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” – 2/10/17
USA – “The Little Engine That Could” – 10/2/17

Graduation Book
Last Book Children Receive

“Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!”
By Nancy Carlson

Graduation Book – Last book children receive when they graduate from the program
Australia – “Animalia” – 2/10/17
Canada – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 10/2/17
United Kingdom – “Just Imagine” – 2/10/17
USA – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 10/2/17

New to the Imagination Library?

You can check availability in your area to register a child, sign up to receive a notification when the Imagination Library becomes available to you or learn more about how to Start A Program in your area.

Dolly Parton’s First Children’s Album Benefits Imagination Library

Dolly Parton’s First Children’s Album Benefits Imagination Library

Dolly Parton released her first children’s album “I Believe In You” with all proceeds benefiting the Imagination Library.

Released on Oct. 13, “I Believe In You” is Dolly Parton’s first children’s album and 44th studio album. This project is especially for children and those young at heart. All of the proceeds will benefit Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

“My first album was released 50 years ago and it’s been an amazing 50 years since then. I am very excited that now I’m coming out with my first children’s album in all of those 50 years.”

“I Believe In You” includes 14 songs, all written and performed by Dolly. In addition to the title track, kids of all ages are sure to enjoy tunes like “I Am a Rainbow,” “Makin’ Fun Ain’t Funny” and “Brave Little Soldier.” The CD also includes a new recording of “Coat of Many Colors” and a special audio track of Dolly reading her book of the same name.

 

“I Believe In You” Track List

  1. I Believe In You
  2. Coat of Many Colors (new recording)
  3. Together Forever
  4. I Am a Rainbow
  5. I’m Here
  6. A Friend Like You
  7. Imagination
  8. You Can Do It
  9. Responsibility
  10. You Gotta Be
  11. Makin’ Fun Ain’t Funny
  12. Chemo Hero
  13. Brave Little Soldier
  14. Bonus track spoken audio: Coat of Many Colors (book read by Dolly Parton)

“I Believe In You” is released by Dolly Records/RCA Nashville. Tracks 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 were produced by Tom McBryde and executive produced by Paul T. Couch. Tracks 2, 11, 12, and 13 were produced by Tom Rutledge and Richard Dennison and executive produced by Dolly Parton. All 14 tracks on “I Believe In You” were written and performed by Dolly Parton.

Imagination Library

Sharing a love of reading and books with children is very important to Dolly. In 1995, she founded her Imagination Library to honor her father who was smart and hardworking but never learned to read or write. Dolly believes that if you can read, you can do anything, dream anything and be anything. She is committed to giving children from all walks of life a chance that her father never had.

“It’s been 20 years since the Imagination Library was launched. We’ve seen 95 million books get into the hands of children and hopefully there will be many more.”

Since launching in Dolly’s home county in East Tennessee, the Imagination Library has expanded into four countries. Today the Imagination Library sends over one million free high-quality, age-appropriate books each month to children around the world.

Order CD  & Book

Order Dolly’s new children’s album on CD plus her “Coat of Many Colors” book.

 

Imagination Library Launches Story Starters In London

Imagination Library Launches Story Starters In London

Dolly Parton launches Story Starters, a new volunteer-led program in London to help young children become ready to read.

Dolly Parton launches Story Starters in the UK. It’s a new program that provides one-to-one language and communication support to young children. The program is designed to ensure that children have the skills to start primary school ready to read.

Held at Coram Campus in Bloomsbury, Dolly had a special message for the attendees. Also, children’s author and illustrator Sophy Henn is attending and engaging in a storytelling and drawing session for local children.

Story Starters is a new collaborative project between local children’s literacy charity Beanstalk, Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and LuCid (The ESCR International Centre for Language and Communicative Development). The program aims to give children in Hackney, Wandsworth, Barnet and Islington support in developing their language and reading skills.

Research shows that children who benefit from high-quality support in their early years start school on average three months ahead in their literacy and language skills, compared with children who don’t. The program has been made possible by players of People’s Postcode Lottery, whose Dream Fund chose Story Starters to receive £1 million in funding in January 2017.

Volunteers Needed

Beanstalk is now looking for volunteers to become Story Starters in pre-schools and nurseries in Hackney, Wandsworth, Barnet and Islington. Story Starter volunteers will visit children twice a week and support three children for 20 minutes each. The sessions are fun, interactive and hugely beneficial to the children receiving extra support. Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library will provide every Story Starter child with high-quality, professionally-selected, age-appropriate books. Books are sent directly to both the early years setting and the home of each Story Starter child. As a result, kids can enjoy the magic of stories at home and with their Story Starter. Ginny Lunn, CEO of Beanstalk, says,

“We know how important it is for children in the early years of their education to receive support with their language development, as this enables them to start primary school ready to read and able to thrive throughout their lives.”

Visit StoryStarters.org or call Beanstalk on 0845 450 0301 to become a Story Starter.

Over 1.1 Million Books Mailed September 2017

Over 1.1 Million Books Mailed September 2017

In September, we sent 1,111,075 books, which brings the total number of free books mailed to 95,133,258! You can inspire a love of reading, one page at a time, by reading these books to your children again and again!

Group 1
Children Born in 2017

Baby Sounds - Penguin Random House

“Baby Sounds”
Pictures By Joy Allen

Group 1 – Registered Children Born in 2017
Australia – “The Wheels on the Bus” – 5/9/17
Canada – “Checkers & Dot at the Zoo” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “Happy Babies: Playtime Babies” – 1/9/17
USA – “Baby Sounds” – 9/13/17

Group 2
Children Born in 2016

“Little Sleepyhead”
By Elizabeth McPike & Patrice Barton

Group 2 – Registered Children Born in 2016
Australia – “There’s a Hippopotamus on Our Roof Eating Cake” – 5/9/17
Canada – “Little Sleepyhead” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “How to Brush Your Teeth Snappy Croc” – 1/9/17
USA – “Little Sleepyhead” – 9/13/17

Group 3
Children Born in 2015

“I Am a Rainbow”
By Dolly Parton

Group 3 – Registered Children Born in 2015
Australia – “SeaDog” – 5/9/17
Canada – “I Am A Rainbow” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “My Book of First Words” – 1/9/17
USA – “I Am A Rainbow” – 9/8/17

Group 4
Children Born in 2014

“Abuela”
By Arthur Dorros & Illustrated By Elisa Kleven

Group 4 – Registered Children Born in 2014
Australia – “Hunwick’s Egg” – 5/9/17
Canada – “Extraordinary Jane” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “Max at Night” – 1/9/17
USA – “Abuela” or “Extraordinary Jane” – 9/13/17

Group 5
Children Born in 2013

“Otis and The Kittens”
By Loren Long

Group 5 – Registered Children Born in 2013
Australia – “You & Me, Murrawee ” – 5/9/17
Canada – “Otis and The Kittens” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “I Want a Friend” – 1/9/17
USA – “Otis and The Kittens” – 9/6/17

Group 6
Children Born in 2012

“Tarra & Bella”
By Carol Buckley

Group 6 – Registered Children Born in 2012
Australia – “Jesse” – 5/9/17
Canada – “Tarra & Bella” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “Captain Flinn and The Pirate Dinosaurs” – 1/9/17
USA – “Tarra & Bella” – 9/6/17

Welcome Book
First Book Children Receive

The Little Engine That Could - Penguin Random House

“The Little Engine That Could”

By Watty Piper & Illustrated by George & Doris Hauman

Welcome Book – First book sent to registered children
Australia – “Dream Little One, Dream” – 1/9/17
Canada – “The Little Engine That Could” – 9/1/17
United Kingdom – “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” – 1/9/17
USA – “The Little Engine That Could” – 9/1/17

Graduation Book
Last Book Children Receive

“Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!”
By Nancy Carlson

Graduation Book – Last book children receive when they graduate from the Imagination Library Australia – “Animalia” – 1/9/17 Canada – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 9/1/17 United Kingdom – “Just Imagine” – 1/9/17 USA – “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come!” – 9/5/17

September 2017 Book Blog

 

New to the Imagination Library?

You can check availability in your area to register a child, sign up to receive a notification when the Imagination Library becomes available to you or learn more about how to Start A Program in your area.

Dolly Parton Tennessee License Plates

Dolly Parton Tennessee License Plates

Official Dolly Parton License Plate now available to Tennessee residents with proceeds benefiting the Imagination Library.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library specialty license plates are now available in Tennessee! Proceeds from plate sales benefit local Imagination Library affiliates across the state!

Plates cost $35 each and are available at County Clerks’ offices in Tennessee. Of the total cost, local Imagination Library affiliates will receive $15.37. The remaining amount will go to the Tennessee Arts Commission ($15.37) and plate production costs ($4.25).

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