Dolly Parton Launches 'Goodnight With Dolly' Bedtime Story Series

  • Dolly Parton Launches 'Goodnight With Dolly' Bedtime Story Series

Dolly Parton Launches 'Goodnight With Dolly' Bedtime Story Series

"They make us smile, they make us snicker and so they make us assume".

She, however, wasn't making light of the COVID's fatality threat but was merely shedding some light into all the confusion and chaos.

She laughed: "I'm not making light of the situation". She believes that once the pandemic is over, we'll all be better people and the world will be a much better world to live in.

"I think God is in this, I really do". I think it is pretty clear that now is the time to share a story and to share some love. "I hope we learn that lesson".

A day after the encouraging IG clip, Parton released her new project with theImagination Library.

The Legally Blonde actress commented: "Dolly, you never cease to amaze me with your generosity and your incredible spirit!"

Earlier this year Hagan Homes, one of Northern Ireland's largest homebuilders, pledged £75,000 to bring country singer Dolly Parton's Imagination Library scheme to 1,000 children in partnership with Sure Start centres in Belfast.

Dolly Parton has donated $1m to research into a vaccine for coronavirus and launched a new online storytelling series for children in lockdown.

The free series kicks off with Parton reading The Little Engine That Could, which the Imagination Library said has been "a source of inspiration" for the singer throughout her life. But there's a secret extra feature to these videos that doesn't tend to get a mention in headlines about Dolly Parton "reading bedtime stories to kids". The donation will be handled by her longtime friend, Dr. Naji Aburmard.

In an Instagram video, she sang: "Well hello it's Dolly, climbing the stairway to heaven, because the virus has scared the h-e-l-l out of us". She wanted to assure those on the frontline that she and many others are praying for them.