Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library registration is available online, according to the local organizer, YouthPartners Inc.
The Imagination Library for Jefferson County is offering online registration at www.imaginationlibrary.com. The Imagination library is an early literacy program that mails free books to children beginning at birth until they are 5 years old, according to the news release.
“Every month, your child will receive a new book that can create a home library of up to 60 books,” according to the release. “These are high-quality books that are chosen by experts in education and publishing and are based on the child’s age. Books include a mixture of classic and contemporary fiction and non-fiction for children. Children get a book appropriate for their age on subjects like rhyming, nursery rhymes, letters, safety, diversity, and school preparation. The website also offers parent resources, including reading tips, printable worksheets, and extra stories.”
Current projects are made possible by grants from the Ben J. Altheimer Foundation, Pine Bluff Area Community Foundation, Sarah J. Creasy Endowment, Synergy Forum Inc., and donations from local organizations and individuals, according to the release.
For details, contact YouthPartners, a United Way of Southeast Arkansas partner agency, at 870-534-8251 or email:firstname.lastname@example.org. To register for the Imagination Library, visit www.imaginationlibrary.com.