Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Offers FREE Kids Book Every Month
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“You can never get enough books into the hands of enough children.” Dolly Parton
Do you have young kiddos at home? If so, they may be eligible to score a brand new, age-appropriate book every month from birth until five years of age courtesy of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library!
All you need to do is head over to ImaginationLibrary.com and enter your country and address to see if this program is available in your area. If so, you’ll be able to register your child and start receiving FREE books.
And if you sign your child up right at birth, you will end up creating a home library of up to 60 books if you stay in the program for their first 5 years of life! So awesome!
NOTE – Keep in mind that you can only enroll your child or grandchild if the child lives in a community that participates in the program. Not all areas in the United States participate in this program.
On the fence? Check out these past comments from readers:
We’re foster parents and we always sign up new kiddos who come to our home as soon as possible after placement. Whatever books they receive, go with them when they go home. It’s a great reminder of our time together when they read the books after they leave and I love knowing that regardless of the situation they’re in, at least they have some books. It’s such an awesome program!
This program started a few months ago in my area & I was thrilled. My 2 & 4 yr old sons each get so excited to receive and read their books. Every book they’ve received so far has been adorable. Such a great program!
I registered my 1st born almost 5 years ago (SE MI) and she LOVES getting a book every month! We’re sad it’s almost over. I have been trying to register my 2nd born for almost 2 years now, (still) not available in my area anymore. 🙁
I have two kids and they are 2 years apart and both involved with this program. I love that they both get books, but it’s the same book each month when they get them (we haven’t gotten them every month either) being they are two years apart I thought they would have different age groups and get a different book each especially being in the same household. I end up donating a lot of the doubles to either local daycare centers or offices with child waiting rooms so they don’t go to waste though.