Hoosier Hills Literacy League

Committed to Family Literacy

These words mean nothing to 2,558 Dearborn County Residents.

(according to 2003 statistics www.nces.ed.gov/naal)

When adults read to young children, children learn that the dots, lines and squiggles on a page form words, and those words form stories.


When children learn to read stories, they can read to learn all kinds of other things, and whole world of knowledge opens up to them.


When adults improve their own reading and writing skills, they are empowered to improve their life.

When we all work together to promote literacy, we are empowered to improve our community.


Our Commitment To Privacy Your privacy is important to us. To better protect your privacy we provide this notice promising that any identifying information you submit to us by e-mail, in paper form or by phone will be kept in the s​trictest confidence. Should you have any questions or concerns about these privacy policies, please call us at 812-584-8516 or send us an email at hhll@lpld.lib.in.us.

The HHLL is supported by 

Attention Fans of

Above you see images of several art prints that have been autographed by Tony Moore! Each is digitally printed on 100 pound card stock and measures 11 x 17. Rare and valuable for collectors, these prints will only increase in value.

Each print is only $30!

​Buy 2, get one free! 

On-line purchases can be made with credit card through our secure connection by clicking the link above.

Special Price for Dearborn County Residents - $25

Prints can be picked up at the Lawrenceburg Public Library, or rolled and mailed to a US address for $5.

Call or text 812-584-8516, or click here to send a message.  


Once they are gone, THEY'RE GONE!

Why is this a literacy project?

Before it was the AMC hit television series, it was a weekly comic book.  The very talented artist Tony Moore is a resident of Dearborn County, and he and his wife love reading Imagination Library books with their 3 year old daughter.