Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library

Friends of the Estacada Public Library are the Local Champions of Imagination Library making this program possible for children who reside in the 97022 and 97023 zip codes.

What is Imagination Library?

Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library provides specially-selected, age-appropriate, high-quality books for children from birth to age five. Books are delivered to your home each month in a package addressed to the child receiving it. This program is free of charge to participating families, and is funded and maintained locally by Friends of the Estacada Public Library and other community donors. Dolly Parton began the Imagination Library in 1995 in Sevier County, Tennessee, as a book gifting program to benefit children in her home county. It has grown to offer programs throughout the United States, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Canada and Australia. Visit the Imagination Library web site to find out more about this exciting early literacy program.

Who is eligible?

Registration is open to children from birth to five years old who reside in zip codes 97022 and 97023 (Eagle Creek and Estacada ).

How do I apply?

Fill out the online registration form

Imagination Library links

Goodnight with Dolly Storytime Videos – Dolly, “The Book Lady,’ reads ten different bedtime stories

Literacy Tips and Resources for Parents and Caregivers

The Library That Dolly Built documentary