International Book Giving Day 2014 Poster Unveiled

International Book Giving Day is coming up soon: February 14th! (Yep, that’s also Valentine’s Day.)

For those of you unfamiliar with the holiday, International Book Giving Day is a day dedicated to getting books in the hands of as many children as possible. You are invited to celebrate…

1. Give a book to a friend or relative;

2. Leave a book in a waiting room for children to read; or

3. Donate a book…or a box of books…to your local second hand store, library or nonprofit organization.

International Book Giving Day has just unveiled this year’s International Book Giving Day poster! This year’s poster was designed by Hungarian designer and illustrator Mariann Maray.

Please, help invite people in your community to celebrate International Book Giving Day by printing this poster and posting it in your community in bookstores, libraries, coffee shops and other community gathering spots. Sharing this poster via social media is also a great way to help get the word out.

International Book Giving Day 2014 posterInternational Book Giving Day 2014 poster (pdf)

For more information about International Book Giving Day and to connect with others around the world celebrating International Book Giving Day, see International Book Giving Day’s website, Facebook page and Twitter feed.

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3 Responses to International Book Giving Day 2014 Poster Unveiled

  1. What a wonderful idea and a great way to hopefully encourage more kids to read

  2. Have shared on Facebook and my blogs. Great idea. I recently rounded up all the books on my bookshelf that I’ve read but don’t love enough to keep and was planning on donating them to my local library. So now I will wait until Book Giving Day.

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