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New Summer Reading Templates

Post by LibraryAware
Posted March 31, 2014 in

With the time counting down to the end of the school year, you’re likely already knee-deep in planning for you summer reading programs. With LibraryAware’s new templates designed specifically for summer reading programs, your work just got a little easier.

Reach patrons online with a summer reading widget. A reading list flyer is perfect for those on-the-go patrons.  Advertise summer reading programs with a bookmark.

So what is all this great new stuff?

Is your library participating in the Collaborative Summer Library Program or the TD Summer Reading Club? We’ve designed all our summer reading templates so that graphics from either program will fit easily -- no need for cropping or adjusting!

Speaking of graphics, we’ve also created custom images for use in your science-themed summer reading programs.

Our new summer reading templates include the most popular sizes for print: flyers, half flyers, and quarter flyers. We’ve also included three different sizes of bookmarks, as well as reading logs and lists that can be completely customized for your library.

Reach out to young readers and their families wherever they are with widgets that can be posted to your library’s website and to your Facebook page.

You can see a few examples of the templates on this page, or visit our Pinterest page for even more examples. 

Let us know how these work for you!