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MMPTSA'S IMAGINATION LIBRARY!
MMPTSA'S IMAGINATION LIBRARY!
MMCSD
Monday, August 05, 2019

The MMPTSA’s partnership with the Dolly Parton Imagination Library Program benefits the Mount Morris community by allowing all MMCSD residents to register their child(ren) under the age of five to receive a free book in the mail every month.

The vision behind the Imagination Library Program is to foster a love of reading among preschool children and their families. The program gives each child a specially selected book each month, by mailing high-quality, age-appropriate books directly to their home.

“It is imperative to read to children each day and that is why this program is so important for our Mount Morris families,” said Mrs. Dean, Mount Morris Elementary Principal. “By being a part of this program new books are delivered to families and they can begin reading to their children and teaching them to love reading!”

The welcome book sent to registered children is “The Little Engine That Could” written by Watty Piper and illustrated by George and Doris Hauman. Other age-appropriate monthly books sent directly to registered children’s homes include “Daniel Finds a Poem,” “Lion Lessons,” “Max and the Tag-Along Moon,” “Sleep Train,” “Good Morning, Farm Friends,” and “Sassy: Bedtime for Baby.” The Imagination Library Program culminates with the graduation book, “Look Out Kindergarten, Here I Come.”

To enroll in the Imagination Library email the information below to freebooks@mtmorriscsd.org or submit a completed enrollment form to the visitor entrance secretary.

Child's Name
Child's Date of Birth
Child's Gender
Parent's Name(s)
Mailing Address
Phone Number

Enrollment forms are available in the visitor entrance. If you have any questions regarding this program, please call Sarah Williams at (585) 658-5036.