Lake Travis Reads

A One Book, One Community Program

Sponsored by the Bee Cave Public Library, Lake Travis Community Library and Spicewood Community Library

            
 

NEWS RELEASES

 

Click here to read the news release Dec 1, 2014

Click here to read the news release Jan 3, 2014

  Click here to read the news release Mar 15, 2013

  Click here to read the news release Mar 21, 2012

  Click here to read the news release Feb. 24, 2012

  Click here to read the news release Jan. 13, 2012 

  Click here to read the news release Nov. 22, 2011 

  Click here to read the news release Oct. 7, 2011

  Click here to read the news release Jan. 7, 2011

  Click here to read the news release Feb. 10, 2011

 


What if everyone read the same book at the same time?

Welcome to Lake Travis Area One Book One Community (OBOC) Web site.  OBOC is a community-wide reading program.  People from all walks of life are encouraged to read and discuss important issues raised by a common reading experience. A variety of community partners collaborate to bring the area interesting programming and events throughout the year that compliment the books selected. The point of One Book One Community is to provide readers with a shared reading experience that leads to open dialogue. Anyone can participate. Pick up the current book at your local library or bookstore and get reading!


Join the Steering Committee!

Anyone interested in joining the steering committee for next year's Lake Travis Reads, and helping to choose the book or author the community will read in 2012 is encouraged to contact any of the three libraries. For more information, please contact Barbara Hathaway at Bee Cave Public Library at (512) 767-6620; Morgan McMillian at Lake Travis Community Library at (512) 263-2885; or Betty Brooks at the Spicewood Community Library at (830) 693-7892.


Previous Lake Travis Reads Books

        


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