Tim Budgen Bookmarks – Exclusive!

I absolutely adore Tim Budgen‘s illustrations, and was more than a little excited when he happily agreed to design a bookmark for International Book Giving Day.

Well, we couldn’t decide between black & white, or, colour.

So guess what?

You get both!!

Print, download & tuck into the books you plan to give on 14th February.

#bookgivingday Bookmarks designed by Tim Budgen

 Tim Budgen Bookmarks Рprint (pdf)

Make sure you have registered your participation in International Book Giving Day right here.

Exclusive Bookmarks from Dub Leffler

The word ‘stunning’ really doesn’t do these works of art justice.

We are absolutely honoured to have these bookmarks designed exclusively by Quirindi artist Dub Leffler, in celebration of International Book Giving Day.

Each one is Mixed Media including coffee stains, salt (yes, salt!), watercolour & Photoshop.

Please download, print & tuck them into the books you will be gifting on 14th February. Use them to create wonderful displays in your libraries & bookshops.

What’s more … these, and to quote Dub himself, ‘may or may not contain mysterious characters that may or may not appear in the follow up to Once There Was A Boy …’ Yep, these may well be a sneak peek in to Dub’s next picture book! Too exciting!!

DubLeffler Bookmarks

Hans – click to print (pdf)

Fanta – click to print (pdf)

And The Spiral Queen – click to print (pdf)

Register your participation in International Book Giving Day right here.

Follow Dub Leffler on Twitter here.

A bookmark for potential (& existing) bookworms

Fanfare please ……

This is our first, exclusively designed, bookmark for International Book Giving Day 2014.

It’s a good one!

I love the unique shape of this one from UK illustrator Lucy Eves.

Click on the link below to download & print your own copy. Tuck it into the books you plan to give on International Book Giving Day, use it in your bookshops, schools & libraries to spread the word.

Lucy Eves - IBGD Bookmark

Lucy Eves – Bookmark – to print(pdf)

Visit Lucy on her Twitter account right here.

Are you taking part in International Book Giving Day in 2014? Don’t forget to register here.