The Warren County Imagination Library is here! OSU Extension in Warren County is excited to be a partner in this county-wide effort with the goal that Every Child Reads Every Day!
All Warren County children under five can have a FREE book mailed to THEM every month. Sign up now at: www.ohioimaginationlibrary.org/enroll
Warren County Imagination Library Founding Partners are Franklin-Springboro Public Library, Lebanon Public Library, Mary L. Cook Public Library, Mason Public Library, Salem Township Public Library, United Way of Warren County, and Warren County Foundation. The five libraries have generously funded a three-year pilot in collaboration with the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library and Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to provide a free book to Warren County children age zero to five every month.
Please sign up, share this exciting news, and join us in The Biggest Civic Engagement in Warren County History – A Generational Change! Questions? Contact the Warren County Imagination Library at 513-934-1001 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about the Imagination Library, the importance of reading with your children, and the development of early literacy skills, please check out these additional resources:
- Imagination Library Program Overview (PDF)
- Imagination Library Books and Selection (PDF)
- Imagination Library Information for Parents and Caregivers (PDF)
- Imagination Library 2020 Book List (PDF)
If you are interested in offering an educational workshop about the importance of reading, the development of early literacy skills, the need to limit screen time, tips for reading to young children, or other topics about reading and children, please contact Laura Stanton, FCS Extension Educator and she will be happy to schedule a workshop. You can contact Laura via email (email@example.com) or call her at 513-695-1311.