Book Display Posters: Full Year Bundle

$84.00 $63.00

How would you like all of your library displays for the entire school year, completely done and gorgeous, right now? This gigantic bundle saves you 30% on 195 full-color posters + 436 editable read-alike bookmarks in over 100 seasonal themes and genres for the entire year!

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Each set includes:

  • 12-22 full-color posters in 8-10 monthly themes and genres (posters are landscape view and not editable)
  • 36-40 read-alike bookmarks (4 bookmarks for each theme: picture books, elementary, middle school, and high school + adult) –all are fully-editable
  • Total pages= 305

These monthly sets are also sold individually.

There currently 195 posters and 109 pages of editable read-alike bookmarks in the bundle. That’s 436 different read-alike bookmarks!

I’ve create a huge variety of posters for younger, middle, and teen readers. While not every poster will work for every grade level, several posters and all of the bookmarks in each set are appropriate for all grade levels.

Is the bundle still growing?

Absolutely, yes! I LOVE creating these sets, and I plan to add new posters and updated bookmarks regularly. The price will increase as I add to the bundle, but if you purchase the bundle or the individual monthly sets, you will receive all updates free.

All bookmarks are fully-editable, so you can customize them to suit your library collection. They are also fantastic collection development tools!

I am a school librarian and took great care including titles that are well-reviewed and currently in-print. This huge bundle was developed over an entire year, released one month at a time. When creating the read-alike bookmarks, I took my time and made sure the bookmarks represent diverse cultures, formats, reading levels, and genres.

Posters and bookmarks include all of the following themes:


  • Opening of Ellis Island–January 1, 1892 (books about refugees)
  • National Letter Writing Week–Jan. 8-14 (epistolary stories)
  • Charles Perrault’s birthday–Jan. 12 (retellings genre)
  • Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday–January 15 (civil rights)
  • No Name-Calling Week–Jan. 15-20 (books about bullying)
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s birthday–Jan. 30 (books set during the Great Depression)
  • Mental Wellness Month–whole month of January (books about tough emotions and mental health)
  • Genre feature: Science Fiction
  • Genre feature: Biography


  • World Cancer Day (Feb 4—always on this date)
  • Super Bowl Sunday (Feb 2—date varies)
  • Chinese New Year (January 25-February 8—dates vary)
  • Valentine’s Day (Feb 14—always on this date)
  • Love Your Pet Day (Feb 20—always on this date)
  • The Oscars (Feb 9—date varies)
  • Black History Month (whole month)
  • Winter Sports (anytime)
  • Winter Settings (anytime)


  • Dr. Seuss’s birthday and Read Across America (Mar. 2)
  • International Women’s Day (Mar. 8) or Women’s History Month
  • Pi Day (Mar. 14)—books about math
  • Albert Einstein’s birthday (Mar. 14)—books about science
  • Spring Break (date varies)—road trips
  • St. Patrick’s Day (Mar 17)—green covers
  • First Day of Spring (Mar. 21)—books about spring, flowers on the cover
  • Cesar Chavez Day (Mar. 31)—workers rights, child labor, trafficking, modern slavery
  • Irish-American Heritage Month (books by Irish authors or set in Ireland)
  • Genre feature: Free Verse (with March 2 holidays)


  • World Autism Day (2nd)—books about people on the autism spectrum
  • Earth Day (22nd)—Conservation & Sustainability
  • Earth Day (22nd)—Animals in Danger
  • Shakespeare’s birthday/World Book Day (23rd)—Shakespeare spin-offs
  • Shakespeare’s birthday (23rd) —Books about theater and performing arts
  • National Superhero Day (28th)—Superheroes and supervillains
  • National Multiple Birth Awareness Month—Twins & Triplets
  • Genre feature: Poetry (with National Poetry Month)
  • Genre feature: Humor (for April Fool’s Day and National Humor Month)


  • Star Wars Day (May 4th)
  • Teacher Appreciation Week (first full week in May)
  • V-E Day (May 8)
  • Mother’s Day (May 12)
  • Wear Purple for Peace Day (May 16)
  • Africa Day (May 25)
  • Asian-Pacific Heritage Month
  • Genre feature: Classics
  • Genre feature: Magical Realism


  • World Oceans Day (June 8th)
  • Father’s Day (June 16th)
  • Juneteenth (June 19th)—African-American authors
  • Summer Solstice (June 21st)—summer books
  • Gay Pride Month (all of June)
  • National Pink Day (June 23rd)—pink covers
  • Rainbows and Unicorns (can go with Gay Pride or stand alone)
  • Genre feature: Adventure
  • Genre feature: Graphic Novels + Wordless Picture Books


  • Canada Day (July 1)
  • World UFO Day (July 2)
  • Dog Days of Summer (July 3-Aug 11)
  • American Independence Day (July 4)
  • Bastille Day (July 14)
  • National Moon Day (July 20)
  • National Junk Food Day (July 21)
  • Genre feature: Short Story Collections
  • Genre feature: Animal Stories


  • Sisters Day (Aug 4th—always the first Sunday of August)
  • Books with Yellow Covers
  • Books with Blue Covers
  • Water Quality Month
  • Opposites Attract
  • Back to School (month)
  • Poverty & Homelessness—Economic Opportunity Act signed August 20, 1964
  • Genre feature: Survival
  • Genre feature: Paranormal/Supernatural


  • Hispanic-American Heritage Month–books with Hispanic authors and/or characters
  • Labor Day—Sept. 2—kids and teens with jobs
  • Grandparents Day—Sept. 8–books with awesome grandparents
  • September 11, 2001–books about 9/11, other American tragedies, and teaching tolerance.
  • Fortune Cookie Day—Sept 13—books about luck
  • Friday the 13th–books about luck
  • Talk Like a Pirate Day—always Sept. 19
  • Banned Books Week—Sept. 22-28
  • Genre feature: Mythology
  • Genre feature: Mystery


  • Indigenous Peoples Day (use in lieu of Columbus Day)
  • World Mental Health Day (Oct. 10)
  • Alaska Day (Oct. 18)
  • Poisons, Toxins, and Venom
  • National Art Day (Oct. 25)
  • National Chocolate Day (Oct. 28)
  • Zombies (two posters; one for younger readers and one for older readers)
  • Halloween (two posters; one for younger readers and one for older readers)
  • Genre feature: Thrillers


  • Celebrate Your Right to Vote (Election Day, first Tuesday in Nov.)
  • STEAM Pioneers (STEAM Day, Nov. 8)
  • Thank You, Veterans (Veterans Day, Nov. 11)
  • National Adoption Day (Nov. 23, 2019–includes dated and undated posters)
  • Books with orange on the cover
  • Fall For Books
  • Fall Into a Cornucopia of Great Reads
  • What books are you most thankful for?
  • Thanksgiving Picture Books
  • Genre feature: Narrative Nonfiction
  • Genre feature: Historical Fiction


  • Different, Not Less (Dec. 3 is International Day of Persons With Disabilities)
  • 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! (Christmas/Winter Holidays)
  • “Red” Any Good Books Lately? (books with red covers)
  • “It Isn’t Easy Being Green” (books with green covers)
  • Genre feature: Realistic Fiction
  • Genre feature: Fantasy

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