The Bookie Awards celebrate outstanding literacy efforts in the Charlotte area. Nominations for 2017 are live! Nominate a person or organization today!

Event Details


Friday, November 3, 2017


5:30 pm


4110 Old Pineville Road, Charlotte, NC
The Bookie Awards

4110 Old Pineville Road, Charlotte, NC

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Bookie Award Nominations

The Bookie Awards celebrate the outstanding and mostly uncredited literacy work being done in the Charlotte community. Nominate yourself, someone else or an organization for a Bookie Award.

Award Categories

Best Literacy Advocate
Best Literacy Teacher
Best Literacy Facilatator
Best Literacy Program
Best Librarian
Favorite Local Author
Biggest Budding Bookworm (student or young adult)

Special Awards

Page Turner Award

A person or organization making huge and measurable literacy-related strides in the Charlotte community.

The Next Chapter Award

An up-and-comer award for a person or organization who is just getting started.

Cover-to-Cover Award

The literacy lifetime achievement award for the biggest bookworm of them all.

Rules & Regulations

  • All nominations must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 4.
  • Nominees need not be affiliated with Promising Pages. A prior relationship with Promising Pages has no bearing on winners chosen by an independent judging panel.
  • Promising Pages staff and programs are not eligible for awards.
  • Self-nominations are permitted.
  • Multiple submissions for the same nominee are permitted and encouraged.
  • Any organization – including government agencies, businesses and nonprofits – can be nominated.
  • Nominations will be discarded if they are anonymous, duplicates or incomplete.
  • Please submit work samples for the Favorite Local Children’s Author and Favorite Local Author categories to

About Promising Pages

Promising Pages serves tens of thousands of children every year, either directly, via our own book distribution programs or via our 30+ social service agency partners. Our revolutionary book upcycling model works to better the lives and futures of children and families in our community. Every year we collect and distribute over 100,000 donated books. However, the books themselves mean nothing if they aren’t being read. Books themselves are simply pages if they aren’t being leveraged by you, our true bookworms – people who care about our community, the families who are in it, and the children who are our future. You are the “promise in our pages.”