Illustrated Resources 2024


As an annual tradition of Children’s Book Week, esteemed children’s book illustrators are chosen to create bookmarks and other activities that celebrate kid lit and reading. Artists from all over the country have contributed their beautiful and inspiring artwork embracing the theme, No Rules. Just Read.

Children’s Book Week Bookmarks

This year’s illustrators are Nancy Armo (Clavis Publishing), Anu Chouhan (Bloomsbury Children’s Books), David Dolensky (Albatros Media), Susan Gal (Levine Querido), Suzy Lee (Greystone Kids), Meggie Ramm (Abrams Books For Young Readers), Erin K. Robinson (Union Sq. Kids), and Gabby Zapata (Chronicle Books).

These bookmarks are available to print and distribute to children, teens, and book lovers everywhere! Click on each image, then use the right click of the mouse to download, and then print that bookmark or download all here. Learn more about these amazing artists and their books..

Kids can draw their own bookmarks using this last template page!

Children’s Book Week Activity Pages

This year’s activity pages were created by a talented bunch who don’t follow the rules! Drawing pages mazes, word searches, and more are available from Jacqueline Alcántara (NorthSouth Books), Shadia Amin (Scholastic), Kent Culotta (Kane Miller), Natasha Donovan (Portage & Main Press), Braden Hallett (Annick Press), Jess Hannigan (HarperCollins), Marta Álvarez Miguéns (Sourcebooks), Andy J. Pizza (Chronicle Books), Elisa Rocchi (Science Naturally), Joséphine Topolanski (Blue Dot Kids Press), and Karen Vermeulen (Catalyst Press).

Activities can be printed and shared with kids everywhere! Click on each image to download and print or download all here. Learn more about these amazing artists and their books.


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Everything you need to know about our upcoming celebration!

Downloadable bookmarks, activities, and more for 2024 Book Week events coming soon.

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