Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to give books to refugee children

Singer’s global initiative to offer a book each month to 200 refugee children in London until they turn five

Refugee children in London will be given a book each month until they turn five, thanks to a new project from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.

The global organisation is partnering with publisher Penguin Random House and charity Give a Book to offer books to 200 refugee children in the capital.

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Books, Culture, Dolly Parton, Children and teenagers, Refugees, Publishing, Penguin Random House, London, UK news UK news | The Guardian

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