As an annual tradition of Book Week, esteemed children’s book illustrators are chosen to create bookmarks that celebrate kid lit and reading. This year, six artists have contributed their beautiful and inspiring artwork keeping with the theme, How Do You Book?. These bookmarks are available to print and distribute to children, teens, and book lovers everywhere!

Vincent Chen BookmarkVincent Chen
Merce Gali BookmarkMercé Galì
Kathrin Honesta BookmarkKathrin Honesta
Zachariah OHara BookmarkZachariah OHora
Roozeboos BookmarkRoozeboos
Loveis Wise BookmarkLoveis Wise

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Have you downloaded these FREE 2022 Children’s Book Week bookmarks?! Art by talented Vincent Chen, Mercé Galì, Kathrin Honesta, Zachariah OHora, Roozeboos, and Loveis Wise [insert relevant @handle. See below] #HowDoYouBook

About this year’s bookmark creators

Vincent Chen (Charlesbridge Publishing)
Vincent Chen is a Taiwanese-American illustrator from the humble state of New Jersey. He loves watching movies, binging shows, and talking about his favorite superhero Spider-man. Vincent is the author/illustrator of the picture book Hot Pot Night!. | Twitter. Instagram.

Mercé Galì (NubeOcho)
Mercè Galí grew up surrounded by poetry and storybooks at her parent’s bookshop, in Gràcia neighbourhood, in Barcelona. She studied illustration at “La Llotja” in Barcelona and Fine Arts at University of Barcelona, within the specialty of engraving. Galí mainly focuses on illustration for children and youth for several publishers and publications. She has worked with publishers all over the world including Nubeocho, Amanuta, Kite, Langue au chat, Flamboyant, Litera libros, Combel, and Frimouse. Galí’s books have received numerous honors at Bologna Children’s Book Fair. Currently, she combines book illustration with teaching, giving out art workshops for children, and engraving lessons for adults. | Facebook. Twitter. Instagram.

Kathrin Honesta (Familius)
Kathrin Honesta is an illustrator based in Jakarta, Indonesia. She illustrates for projects such as advertising campaigns, branding, albums, book covers, and picture books. She has worked with local and international clients such as Samsung, Prudential, HarperCollins, Penguin Random House, Scholastic Asia, and Holiday House Books. | Behance. Facebook. Twitter. Instagram.

Zachariah OHora (Bloomsbury US)
Zachariah OHora is the illustrator of the NYT bestseller Wolfie the Bunny. His picture books include Stop Snoring Bernard!, winner of the 2011 Society of Illustrators Founders Award; Not Fits Nilson!, a Huffington Post, Kirkus, and NYPL Best Book and a PALA Carolyn W. Field Award winner; My Cousin Momo!, a Boston Globe a Best Picture Book and a JLG Selection; The Not So Quiet Library; and Niblet & Ralph. He lives and works in Narberth, PA with his wife, two sons, two cats, and a dog named Waffles. | Instagram.

Roozeboos (Child’s Play (International) Ltd.)
Roozeboos, or Anne Roos Kleiss as you might know her in daily life, tries to look at the world with a childlike curiosity – something reflected in her artist name, which was also her nickname as a kid. When she is not sitting behind her desk, she can be found set up on a street corner with her sketchbook, capturing the world around her. After finishing her MA in Children’s Book Illustration at the Cambridge School of Art, she moved back to her favorite city Rotterdam, where she shares a studio space with a group of female artists above an arts and crafts shop. | Instagram.

Loveis Wise (HarperCollins)
Loveis Wise is an illustrator & designer from Washington, DC. They are currently based in Los Angeles and their work often speaks to themes of joy and liberation. Their work can be found through The New Yorker, Google, Adobe, and the New York Times. They illustrated the Coretta Scott King Award Honor book The People Remember, written by Ibi Zoboi. | You can find them online at Facebook. Twitter. Instagram.


Previous year’s bookmarks

Vincent Chen, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022
Mercé Galì, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022
Kathrin Honesta, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022
Zachariah OHora, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022
Roozeboos, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022
Loveis Wise, Spring 2022 | Fall 2022

Angela Dominguez, Spring 2021 | Fall 2021
Ebony Glenn, Spring 2021 | Fall 2021
Aram Kim, Spring 2021 | Fall 2021
Paola Escobar, Spring 2021 | Fall 2021
Oliver Jeffers, Spring 2021 | Fall 2021

Vanessa Brantley-Newton, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
Fan Brothers, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
Michaela Goade, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
John Parra, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
Sydney Smith, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020
Duncan Tonatiuh, Spring 2020 | Fall 2020

Selina Alko & Sean Qualls, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019
Vera Brosgol, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019
Jason Chin, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019
Ekua Holmes, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019
Juana Medina, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019
Jessie Sima, Spring 2019 | Fall 2019

Sophie Blackall, 2018
Leo Espinosa, 2018
Vashti Harrison, 2018
Felicita Sala, 2018
Don Tate, 2018

Ekua Holmes, 2017
Yuyi Morales, 2017
LeUyen Pham, 2017
Sonja Wimmer, 2017

Cece Bell, 2016
Raúl Colón, 2015
Steve Jenkins, 2014
Grace Lin, 2013
Lane Smith, 2012
Jeff Kinney, 2011
Sara Varon, 2010
Dan Yaccarino, 2009
Gene Yang, 2008


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