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Women's Storybook Project of Texas
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We connect children with their incarcerated mothers through literature.
We connect children with their incarcerated mothers through literature.

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ICYMI: Here are filmmakers, Jeff Bowden and Brandon Dickerson. They were the masterminds behind our 7 minute video, "The Story of Storybook" https://youtu.be/SJavdRsI_Mw. Their new film, A Single Frame was featured in the +Austin Chronicle  this week. Single Frame will screen at the Rollins Studio Theatre at The Long Center , November 4th at 7:30 pm. We hope you'll join us!

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"Capturing the Voices of Mothers in Prison" was written by Women's Storybook Project of Texas volunteer Kristin Sample on The New York Times'  blog, Motherlode!!! She wrote about her volunteer experience at the Woodman Jail. Click here to read: http://goo.gl/py5XKh

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Thank you Pan American Roundtable of Austin for your continued support! Amalia Rodriguez-Mendoza (left) and Alegria Hibbetts(right) present a generous donation to WSP.
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We are proud to welcome our generous new corporate sponsor - +Chaotic Moon!
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A Life-Changing #MothersDayGiftIdea-Give your mom a gift with a purpose & help us enrich the lives of mothers and their children here in TX!

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Double dipping at +Dairy Queen . A reward for an afternoon of "recording and burning." #StorybookProject  
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A reception of gratitude was held in Houston for volunteers that record at the Dayton prisons. Len Chaikind, trustee, talks with a new volunteer. #StorybookProject
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Are you interested in hosting an "Open Book Party" to benefit the Women's Storybook Project of Texas or raise awareness of our program and services? 
Learn more here: http://bit.ly/OpenBookParty

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"Two Saturdays a month, women from the Austin and Houston areas head to one of the six state women’s prisons served by Women's Storybook Project of Texas. They bring children’s books, laptops, voice recorders the size of a thumb drive, large mailing envelopes and blank CDs."
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