If you’re seeking a bit of comfort in trying times, look no further: Dolly Parton is gracing us with bedtime stories.
The Tennessee songstress, who sends books to 850,000 kids per month, will broadcast bedtime stories online.
She’ll kick off the 10-book series on April 2, starting with The Little Engine That Could and continuing weekly with other selections from Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library.
Related: WATCH: Dolly Parton speaks about her queer fans…to Queerty!
In a library announcement, Dolly said:
“I hope this gift will further inspire a love of books and shared storytime during this important time. … From everyone on our team, thank you so much for inspiring a love of reading in your family. As I always say — We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails — and we’re going to do just that, together.”
The streams will be available on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
We’re so ready for this.
I think the entire global population loves Dolly Parton….and for good reason.
PLAYS WELL WITH OTHERS
“I’m not God, you know. I believe in God, I think God is the judge. I don’t judge or criticise and I don’t think we’re supposed to.”
Dolly on Gay marriage
Dolly is truly an angel on Earth. God bless her.
Who doesn’t love Dolly Parton?
On a more serious note, thank you, Miss Parton, for donating $1 million to Vanderbilt University to support their research into a treatment for the virus.
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