There’s exactly two weeks to go until #bookgivingday, on Tuesday 14th February 2017.
With huge thanks to Marianne Dubuc, we have x3 translated versions of her International Book Giving Day poster.
French? Spanish? Italian? We’ve got you covered!
Not covered? Marianne Dubuc has also kindly prepared a blank version of the poster – to be used for the sole purpose of spreading the #bookgivingday word.
Spanish Poster – click to download (PDF)
Italian Version – click to download (PDF)
French Version – click to download (PDF)
Punjabi Version – click to download (PDF)
Urdu Version – click to download (PDF)
Blank Version – click to download (PDF)
If you add your language to the blank version, please share on social media using #bookgivingday
It’s not long to go now until #bookgivingday, 14th February 2017. This is your chance to help get books into the hands of as many children as possible. Sharing the love of books on a day synonymous with love – what could be better??
To help you on your way, Marianne Dubuc – creator of the 2017’s official poster – has also created these beautiful bookmarks. Tuck them into the books you plan to give on #bookgivingday – they look amazing don’t they?!
Bookmarks – Click here to download printable version – PDF
Don’t forget to share your plans on social media, using the #bookgivingday hashtag.
- Translated version of the 2017 #bookgivingday poster
We’ve been bursting at the seams to unveil this year’s magnificent poster. Every year I’m floored by how generous illustrators are with their time and commitment to this project – it means the world to us. It really does.
So here it is, in all it’s glory. The 2017 International Book Giving Day poster created by Marianne Dubuc, what an honour to have the fabulous lion and bird characters championing #bookgivingday.
(Click here to download printable version PDF)
Hugest thanks to Marianne Dubuc. Marianne has written and illustrated many books for children which have been translated into more then 20 languages. She is the author and illustrator of the critically acclaimed The Lion and The Bird, plus Here Comes Mr Postmouse and Mr Postmouse Goes on Holiday (March 2017). She was born and lives in Montreal, Quebec.
Isn’t this year’s #bookgivingday poster magnificent?! We can wait to see where it pops up! Download it, print it and display it proudly – this is a poster that deserves to been seen!
Tweet us your pics of your posters in the wild using #bookgivingday
- bookmarks and bookplates from Marianne Dubuc, ready to put into the books you plan to give on #bookgivingday
- translated versions of the poster