Images are on mugs, water bottles, keepsake boxes, and a full line of T-shirts for moms and children. Look for your favorite childrens book illustrator or image. Start your collection today.
Artists (as of April 2011):
American graphic novelist/illustrator Kazu Kibuishi donated a pink reading rabbit to promote reading and libraries.
2. Library cat says Read.Know.Grow. Aliki writes and illustrates many well-loved books and has donated two wonderful library cat illustrations.
3. Marianne Wallace is a writer and illustrator of children's middle grade non-fiction nature books. Marianne has donated images of books with sunflowers. One is a book-as-flower in a pot. Another is a stack of books with sunflowers.
4. Caroline Arnold's big, beautiful Panda offers words to ponder: Read.Know.Grow.
5. Joe Cepeda has done illustrations for magazines as well as for children's books. Joe donated a night-time image of young children outside, searching for something… using books to light the way.
6. Marla Frazee says "There isn't any guessing when it comes to how much, or if, children like a given book. If a book bores them, they will get up and find something else to do." See her wonderful magical reading tree.
7. David Shannon is an award-winning author and illustrator of many highly praised books for children. "No, David" is a Caldecott Honor book.
8. Brian Selznick has illustrated many books for children, including Frindle by Andrew Clements, The Doll People by Ann Martin and Laura Godwin, Amelia and Eleanor Go for a Ride by Pam Muñoz Ryan. See his image of a child carrying a banner “Strong School Libraries = Strong Students”.
Moonlight cow and Farm cow illustrations have been donated by Steve Gray in support of libraries. Steve Gray’s cartoon characters have been seen in digital media, broadcast, and print publication.
Sophie Blackall, illustrator of the Ivy & Bean books, supports libraries. See her library storytime art.
Ben Boos has created a powerful key and book illustration with the message, “Read.Know.Grow.”
Reading in a tree? How fun! See book Art by Sarajo Frieden in support of libraries.
Spaceheadz illustration by Steven Weinberg in collaboration with Jon Scieszka.
Sea Captain by Bob Logan carries the message, "Read.Know.Grow." in support of libraries. His newest book is called “ Sea of Bath”.
Blue Guys by Michael Slack carries the message: "Read. Know. Grow." See the boy’s imagination as he is surrounded by books and a computer. His recent book, Monkey Truck, is adorably hilarious. You can see his book trailer at vimeo.com/18605836.
Tom Lichtenheld has donated his fun "Duck Rabbit" illustration in support of California School Libraries.
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