Connecting children with their incarcerated moms through the joy of literature.
Women’s Storybook Project (WSP) of Texas is a special program that helps incarcerated mothers do what moms have always done to comfort and nurture their children—read them bedtime stories, using their own voices to love, reassure, and encourage them from miles away.
WSP volunteers visit women’s prisons in Central and East Texas once a month to record mothers reading books aloud to their children. We then mail the books and CD recordings to the children, who live all over the United States.
Watch the “The STORY of Storybook” video to learn how Women’s Storybook Project volunteers are transforming the lives of incarcerated women, their children and caregivers.
ICYMI: Here’s a video of the WFAA News 8 Dallas segment that aired Monday, May 7, 2018!
- Winner of the 2019 Library of Congress State Literacy Award!
Happy to announce that we’re the winner of the 2019 Library of Congress State Literacy Award! Women’s Storybook Project of Texas is honored and grateful to have be...
- Judith Dullnig honored at KVUE’s FIVE WHO CARE
Make sure to tune in to KVUE tomorrow night – Saturday, May 18th at 6:30pm for theFive Who Care Special. Judith Dullnig, WSP founder and board chair will be featured as...
- WSP Founder Judith Dullnig honored as KVUE 5 Who Care 2019
Every year, KVUE honor community members who “give their time and talents to help others.” This year, our very own Judith Dullnig won the prestigious award. To wat...