Get your summer reading library kit for librarians and bookish enthusiasts

Librarians: I’m thrilled to announce that I have resources just for YOU.

If you’re anything like my favorite local librarians, nothing would make you happier than seeing your patrons FIRED UP about reading this summer (and not just the kids!)

That means helping your readers find good books to read, and helping them get those books in their hands, all summer long.

summer reading guide poster

The second part? That’s up to you. But I can help with the first.

To inspire your patrons in their reading journey, I’ve created a summer reading poster (sized 18×24) that lets patrons see 30 absorbing, high-interest titles at a glance. These titles are from the Summer Reading Guide (which many librarians are already using as a summer reading resource), and they’re organized by category so readers can easily see what books will appeal to them.

summer reading guide poster on wall horizontal

I’ve also created summer reading bookmarks that double as a reading list. Patrons can jot down titles they hear about from you or anyone else so they don’t have to agonize over what to read next after they finish a great book.

I designed these bookmarks to be single-sided, so you can use the other side to share your own staff’s recommended reads, upcoming library events, your library’s website information, or anything else your heart (and patrons) desire.

summer reading bookmarks

To get the library kit with the poster and bookmark digital files, enter your email address below. You’ll receive a link to a dropbox file in your inbox.

Book lovers: share this post with your local library!

And don’t forget: you can join me and throngs of devoted readers in the Summer Reading Club to read through my top 5 picks for summer.

Hope you and your library patrons have a wonderful summer of reading!



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  1. Diane Giarrusso says:

    Love! Love! Love, this!
    Thank you, Anne, this librarian appreciates all that you do to promote reading and enjoyment of great stories!

  2. Kim says:

    Anne, what is the poster of that I always see in the back drop? It runs from red to purple. If I had to guess, I’d say book covers.


  3. Christina Myers says:

    My library director sent me a link to your blog and I’s so happy she did! I would love to download the poster and bookmarks, but I can’t find any links to do so! Am I missing something?

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