Dolly Parton calls this book ‘Symbol’ for her fantasy library

Dolly Parton is loved for her music, film roles and philanthropic work. The Grammy Award winner considers her Imagination Library to be her passion project, delivering books to pre-K children each month to arouse a passion for reading. Parton unveiled a specific children’s title that embodies the program’s theme.

Dolly Parton on the set of 'Today Show'

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Dolly Parton wants books in ‘every household’

The Imagination Library was launched in 1995 and started as a tool for bringing books to children in Parton’s hometown of Sevierville, Tennessee. The initiative has grown over the last 25-plus years to serve millions of children around the world, with the aim of fostering a passion for reading.

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