Posted on November 20, 2018
The next generation of philanthropists are wasting no time in setting their plans in motion. Local high school student Simms E. is on a mission with her kickstarter campaign. What began as an assignment for her final Spanish IV class… Read More
Posted on January 24, 2018
By Emily Ball Cicchini, Executive Director The tradition of book gifting has been studied scientifically by researchers in education and healthcare for many years. Practices include bookmobiles, little free libraries, and other early literacy interventions and social programs… Read More
Posted on August 18, 2017
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
Posted on July 18, 2017
Literacy First is an esteemed AmeriCorps program in the Austin community. Since 1994, Literacy First has worked to ensure that children in Central Texas are successful readers before third grade. Not only do these AmeriCorps members provide intensive… Read More
Posted on July 16, 2017
Macy Wehman, of National Charity League, is pictured reading aloud at the Rosewood Apartment Community Center. Keeping the minds and bodies of families fed is part of the Housing Authority City of Austin’s mission this summer. Through partnerships… Read More
We were the proud recipients of an Austin Junior Forum grant! We can't wait to serve with you in the coming year! #Powers4Good https://t.co/aNKqWZOUpA
Coats for Kids is this Saturday! Be sure to join us and @jlaustin.org as we distribute books out to children and families to help them build their home library. #20booksby2020 #ownthebook
Mark your calendars! Shop at @bookpeople on December 18, mention @bookspringatx and part of your purchase will be donated toward the #20booksby2020 initiative!
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