Each year, BookSpring hosts a special event to celebrate people who have made an outstanding contribution towards building literacy in our community — and raise the necessary funds to support getting the right books to the right children at the right time in their lives. We hope that you will choose to join us this year.
Keynote address from 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, among others
We’ll be celebrating the past year’s achievements and successes, while honoring Storybook Heroes in our community.
The theme of our event this year 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 on Friday, May 1!
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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.
Claire Stuart, Susan Patterson, and Lydia Valdes