Thanks for Joining in the Fun for Children’s Book Week — April 30 – May 6, 2018
We are grateful to you for the time and energy you put into connecting kids with books every day . . . and especially thank you for the extra work you are putting into Children’s Book Week this year!
Children’s Book Week can be celebrated in a multitude of ways. From special story times and activity based events to author visits and more. The sky really is the limit when it comes to planning events that will connect kids with books. We know this is something you are already doing in your libraries every day, and we hope you will use Children’s Book Week as a time to highlight programs you already have in place.
Looking to do even more for your celebration and need some ideas? Take a look at these event suggestions created just for librarians!
Download and print the full Children’s Book Week Event Kit here!
Get the word out in your community and bring people to your events with our promotional tools and tips!
Download our press release template, fill in your details, and send to your local media. Don’t forget to list your event on your website’s calendar and see if there are any other public online event calendars you can submit to.
An eye-catching event flyer is sure to get the attention of patrons coming to your library and people in your neighborhood. Use this one created especially for Children’s Book Week, featuring Jillian Tamaki’s awesome poster art.
Check out our media tool kit for badges, email signatures, logos and more to add to your websites, newsletters and email communications.
And, remember to promote your events and Children’s Book Week on all of your social media platforms. Here are some ready-to-use templates to get you started!
Enter this year’s Children’s Book Week Display Contest. See all the details here!
The Children’s & Teen Choice Book Awards are the only national book awards voted on only by kids and teens. Launched in 2008 by the Children’s Book Council and Every Child a Reader, the awards provide young readers with an opportunity to voice their opinions about the books being written for them.
Learn about this year’s finalists and turn your library into a polling station for young readers:
You can create a voting booth in your classroom or media center and use our printable ballots to collect votes from your kids. Tally and enter these votes in our group ballot here. Also, create a display or highlight these titles on the shelf with our shelftalker/slitcards for each category (K-2nd Grade, 3rd-4th Grade, 5th-6th Grade, Teen) and much more…
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