If you have a child registered with Dolly Parton's Imagination Library, but do not have an account to manage your child's information, please contact your local affiliate and provide a valid email address so that they may create an account for you.
Once a valid email address has been added to your child's profile information, you will receive your new account login information immediately via that same email address.
*To ensure proper delivery of your account information, please make sure to add firstname.lastname@example.org to your list of safe senders.
* If you do not receive your account information, check your SPAM/JUNK email box.
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The Middletown Community Foundation chose to bring Dolly Parton's Imagination Library to the city of Middletown in 2008 as a response to local entering kindergarteners performing very poorly on literacy tests, with their average score being among the lowest in the state of Ohio. The Community Foundation stepped forward as the program's administrator and primary funder in partnership with the community's three private foundations and its largest service clubs, Rotary and Kiwanis. In the first year, entering kindergarteners who received Imagination Library books scored on average 4 percent higher for their entering literacy score than those who did not participate, and in the second year, they scored on average 11 percent higher than those who did not receive books.
In April 2011, in partnership with the United Way of Greater Cincinnati-Middletown Area's women's initiative Women Living United, the surrounding school districts of Madison, Monroe, and Edgewood were added, doubling the number of eligible children for the Middletown area program. By September Middletown advanced to the largest enrollment total of the 23 affiliates located throughout Ohio, and in November its 30,000th book was delivered.