The official 2017 Children’s Book Week poster designed by Christian Robinson!
This year’s poster is designed by Christian Robinson, the artist behind such beloved picture books as Gaston by Kelly DiPucchio and Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña, for which he received a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor and a Caldecott Honor. The 2017 poster features this year’s Children’s Book Week slogan, “One World, Many Stories,” highlighting the power of books to unite readers of all backgrounds.
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About Christian RobinsonChristian Robinson is “one of the most exciting children’s book artists working today,” according to The New York Times. He received a Caldecott Honor for Last Stop on Market Street by Matt de la Peña, which was also a Newbery Medal winner and a New York Times Bestseller. He also illustrated Rain! by Linda Ashman, winner of the Ezra Jack Keats New Illustrator Award, and Josephine by Patricia Hruby Powell, recipient of a Boston Globe–Horn Book Honor and a Coretta Scott King Illustrator Honor. Readers will be delighted to see his illustrations in Little Penguins by Cynthia Rylant, which will be published in October. He lives in San Francisco. Learn more at TheArtOfFun.com.
About Children's Book Week
Launched in 1919, Children’s Book Week will commemorate its 98th anniversary in May 2017. It is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country.
Children’s Book Week Store
Every year, an official poster celebrating Children’s Book Week has been created by a children’s literature icon. All proceeds from the Children’s Book Week Store benefit Every Child a Reader.
What is Children’s Book Week and how can you join in the celebrations?
Press release templates, logos, and more for promoting Children's Book Week and the Book Awards.
Coming soon: Tons of downloadable bookmarks, activities, and more for Book Week events!
Coming soon: Interactive map!
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Every Child a Reader is a 501(c)(3) charity supported by individual donations, grants, foundations, and the Children’s Book Council.