It’s almost December! As I did with November and October, I have created a new set of December book display materials. These are perfect for busy librarians who know the value of beautiful book displays but don’t have the time to create them. With these posters, I have done most of the work for you–all you need to do is print.
Download December Book Display Posters with Readalike Bookmarks from my TPT store
Download November Book Display Posters with Readalike Bookmarks
I created all the posters in Adobe Illustrator to ensure quality, high-resolution printing. They are designed to print in 36″ X 24″ size, but you can print them smaller or even a bit larger without any loss in clarity. Pixels b-a-a-a-d!
- Different, Not Less (International Day of Persons With Disabilities is Dec. 3)
- World Human Rights Day (Dec. 10)
- National Gingerbread Day (Dec. 12)
- Do You Wanna Build a Snowman?
- Baby, It’s Cold Outside
- Merry and Bright!
- “Red” Any Good Books Lately? (books with red covers)
- Realistic Fiction genre
- Fantasy genre
Each poster includes four readalike bookmarks: picture books, elementary, middle school, and high school + adults. All the bookmarks are fully editable in PowerPoint, so you can add your library’s titles to the bookmarks. The bookmarks can also serve as a collection development tool for each topic because I have carefully evaluated every title on the bookmarks to make sure it is reviewed for the age group I recommend, has received positive reviews and/or awards, and is currently in-print and available through Titlewave and Amazon.