Storybook Hero Awards

The Storybook Heroes Awards Luncheon will return.

Stay tuned for an announcement for a new fall date 2021 – new normal, same fabulous event.

Please enjoy this message from Sarah Bird about the importance of books to her growing up.

Award-winning Austin Author Sarah Bird

Author of Daughter of a Daughter of a Queen, A Love Letter to Texas Women and The Mommy Club “As she swallows a few more drops, I whisper to my child’s namesake, “The first of untold numbers of sweet things you will taste in this life.” It is my blessing.” ― Sarah Bird, The Gap Year

More about the Storybook Heroes

Fun, Friends, and a Passion for Reading

BookSpring celebrates Storybook Heroes in our community.  Over a dozen businesses and individuals have been selected over the years for this honorary award. The theme of our next event will be is “Books are a Lifeline,” and we can’t think of anything more appropriate. For all of us, books are a connection to a wider world and a chance to escape our immediate surroundings. And at the same time, books give every child the skills they need to succeed in the future. Books are truly a lifeline — in so many ways. We hope you will join us for the 8th Annual Storybook Heroes Awards Luncheon — and ensure that every child in our community has access to the lifeline of books in their homes. Please make plans to join us! BookSpring builds early literacy in children and families through healthcare (Rx), education (Ed), and the community (Go). BookSpring is dedicated to making sure kids have books that will shape and change their lives. 

Special Thanks to:

Event Chair Crystal Reynolds Event Committee  Claire Stuart, Michelle Bourianoff, Susan Patterson, and Lydia Valdes Event Coordinators Corcoran & Co, FUNauctions    

Gallery of Past Storybook Heroes

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