Li­brary of­fers Dolly Par­ton Imag­i­na­tion Li­brary

The Kent Island Bay Times - - Arts & Entertainment -

CEN­TRE­VILLE — The Queen Anne’s County Li­brary sys­tem at both li­braries in Cen­tre­ville and Kent Is­land has taken over lead­er­ship of the lo­cal Dolly Par­ton’s Imag­i­na­tion Li­brary from Queen Anne’s County Judy Cen­ter Part­ner­ship. The Dolly Par­ton Imag­i­na­tion Li­brary is for all preschool chil­dren, ages birth to 5, who are res­i­dents of the county.

This is a 60-vol­ume set of books be­gin­ning with the chil­dren’s clas­sic “The Lit­tle En­gine That Could.” Each month a new, se­lected book will be mailed in your child’s name di­rectly to your house. It is free — there is no cost or obli­ga­tion to your fam­ily.

You must sub­mit an of­fi­cial regis­tra­tion form, com­pletely filled out by par­ent or guardian. (Form must be ap­proved and on file with the li­brar y.) If the child’s ad­dress changes, you must con­tact the folks at the ad­dress on the card in or­der to re­ceive the books. Eight to 10 weeks af­ter your regis­tra­tion form has been re­ceived, books will be­gin ar­riv­ing at your home and will con­tinue un­til your child turns 5 or you move out of Queen Anne’s County.

Mit­tens and Tinker­bell are both se­nior fe­male kit­ties that are hop­ing to spend their se­nior years with a lov­ing fam­ily. Mit­tens and Tinker­bell are best friends and would like to stay to­gether. They were sur­ren­dered to a lo­cal hu­mane so­ci­ety, due to un­for­tu­nate fam­ily cir­cum­stances. They love to snug­gle and would love to curl up next to you on the couch. Mit­tens is miss­ing one ear and 3/4 of her tail. We do not know how that hap­pened, but it does not stop this sweet lit­tle girl. To meet Mit­tens and Tinker­bell, call Ch­e­sa­peake Cats and Dogs at 420-643-9955.

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