Dolly Parton Imagination Library Expands Across Delaware

The Queen of Country herself, Dolly Parton, has set her sights on expanding her Imagination Library across Delaware.

The program, which provides free books to children from birth to age five, has already been implemented in several states across the US, and has had a profound impact on early childhood literacy.

Dolly Parton announced her plans to expand the program to Delaware at a press conference in Dover, where Governor John Carney and other state officials joined her. The Imagination Library program has been a huge success in other states where it has been implemented. It has helped to improve early childhood literacy rates, foster a love of reading among young children, and provide families with valuable resources to support their children's learning and development.

The program works by mailing a new, age-appropriate book to each registered child every month, from birth until they turn five. The books are carefully selected to ensure that they are engaging, educational, and developmentally appropriate for each age group. Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program is an excellent example of how public figures and community organizations can work together to impact early childhood education. By providing free books to children, the program is helping to break down barriers to education and promote literacy from a young age.

Delaware is fortunate to be the next state to benefit from this incredible program, thanks to Dolly Parton's efforts and state officials' support. Parents across the state can sign up to receive free books for their young children and to seeing the positive impact that this program can have on their child's learning and development.

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