September 23, 2015
The Lebanon Democrat Editor Jared Felkins and other members of the news staff read to pre-K children in Wilson County during Imagination Library Week. He said The Democrat staff takes pride in its involvement in Imagination Library Week each year. It’s become a tradition I hope continues for many years to come. Take a moment to read his full column. (Pictured: Mayor Hutto reading to children during Imagination Library Week.)
September 15, 2015
(As seen on The Tennessean website 9/15/15)
More than 243,500 children across the state receive Imagination Library books each month.
Gov. Bill Haslam has proclaimed this week as “Imagination Library Week” to celebrate the statewide early literacy program that mails age-appropriate books to children from birth to age 5 at no cost to families.
September 14, 2015
This year, we celebrate the 24.3 million books mailed to children under the age of five in all 95 Tennessee counties since 2004. The Imagination Library is a key program in Tennessee promoting early literacy with children and families. Read more to find some great ways to celebrate #ImaginationLibraryWeek.
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