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My Journey with BookSpring

By: Luke Arney, BookSpringGo volunteer My journey with BookSpring started over a year ago while I was in my freshman year at Lake Travis High School. During my freshman year in AP Human Geography my teacher, Mrs. Browning,… Read More

Birds for Bookworms Book Drive

Birds Barbershop

Birds Barbershop held a book drive in August, during the back to school rush, at each of their 8 Austin and 1 Houston locations. The Birds for Bookworms book drive benefited the ReBook program with hundreds of books…. Read More

Books on the Go!

Pictured above is the Gullet Philanthropy Club after spending a morning sorting ReBooks.  BookSpring’s van has been hitting the streets throughout Central Texas to get resources needed to children and families through partners already serving them. Tools that… Read More

Summer Partnership with Andy Roddick Foundation

Summer Success

By: Joel Gross, BookSpringEd Director Photos by Tyler Schmitt / The Mill Photography Studio At BookSpring we know one of the most critical areas in students’ early educational journey is stemming the tide of summer reading loss. More broadly,… Read More

Over the Moon!

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At BookSpring, we are just over the moon this fall – even though it’s time for a solar eclipse! (okay, we’re a little out of sync…) We’ve got a collaboration in the works that has brought so many… Read More

My Summer with BookSpring

By: Gauri Dhruva, BookSpringGo Volunteer  Signing up to be a Community Reader through BookSpring was a unique experience and I am very glad I got to be a part of it. I will admit that in the beginning,… Read More

Go: Building Communities with Books

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By Mariela Rodriguez: BookSpringGo Director When children and youth reach their full potential, the community flourishes. A sense of community is the foundation by which many lives will be shaped across Central Texas. “It takes a village” or so… Read More