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‘Wonder Years’ Actress Danica McKellar Joins Cast of Dolly Parton Documentary

She'll narrate a documentary film about Parton's Imagination Library.

‘Wonder Years’ Actress Danica McKellar Joins Cast of Dolly Parton Documentary
Dolly Parton, Photo by Dave J Hogan/Dave J Hogan/Getty Images; Danica McKellar, Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images

The Wonder Years aren’t over just yet! Actress Danica McKellar (who played Winnie on the hit ABC sitcom) is teaming up with none other than Dolly Parton for a special project.

McKellar, who went on after The Wonder Years to star in multiple made-for-TV movies, graduate from UCLA at the top of her class and write several books on practical math, isn’t joining the country legend for a duet. Instead, she’ll be a part of an upcoming film about Parton’s efforts to boost childhood education.

According to a post on Parton’s Instagram account, McKellar will narrate the story of Parton’s famous Imagination Library for the documentary, The Library That Dolly Built. Parton’s Imagination Library is a free book-giving program that sends kids books in the mail from birth until they start school. Since the charity’s launch in 1995, it has delivered millions of books to children all around the world.

There’s no word on when the film will be completed just yet, but judging by the documentary’s official Twitter page, it’s getting close.

Stay tuned for more updates about The Library That Dolly Built.