Imagination Library

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A Free Book Every Month

Children who are read to during the first years of life are much more likely to learn to read on schedule.

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library helps families develop children’s early literacy skills by providing free, high-quality books to children ages 0–5. A new, age-appropriate book arrives each month by mail. Children and parents read together, building literacy skills and fostering a love of reading.

Northfield Area United Way runs Imagination Library in the Northfield area. The program is free to families of all income levels who live in the Northfield area: Northfield, Dundas, Dennison, Nerstrand, Lonsdale, Montgomery, Webster, LeCenter and Kilkenny.

To register a child for Imagination Library, contact Northfield Area United Way.

Dolly with kids

Lasting Impact

By providing age-appropriate books each month, Imagination Library:

  • Increases young children’s access to books
  • Provides a print-rich environment
  • Fosters parent-child reading
  • Drives pre-literacy skills
  • Introduces shapes, colors, letters, numbers, and concepts

The program has a permanent, long-term impact and meets an important community need. We are proud to reach as many kids as possible by collaborating with organizations including the Northfield School District, Community Education, Rice County Public Health, and local healthcare providers.

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