At King’s Daughters, we know that establishing a strong foundation of love for reading and books is essential to our children’s success in school and life beyond the center. We plant books in every nook and cranny that we can to help children make the connection between text and play (and real life).

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‘Things that go’ books by a basket of vehicles and play carpet in our Toddler Room!

We stock our libraries with board books and picture books in the classroom and maintain lending libraries for our families and staff to enjoy – including several titles in Spanish!

Many of our books (and shelving!) were purchased through grant monies from the United Way and their program, Read to Succeed, and from other local foundations like the Dollar General Literacy Foundation and the Dan and Margaret Maddox Charitable Fund. We’re so grateful for their dedication to children’s literacy – as well as to the many, many individuals who bring books for our children on a regular basis!

Check out some of the awesome ways we set up books for our children to discover!
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Baby room!

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Toddler room!

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Sharing favorite books with Grandpa at pick up!

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The Ben Middleton Library at the Louise Odom Children’s Center (our new building for infants and toddlers!)

We are participating in a local fundraising tournament to raise funds to expand our program to serve more families with toddlers in our community!  You can make donations during the tournament at www.kdchild.org or watch our progress at https://nashville.bfg.org/bracket!

 


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