Keep it simple. "READ" is the message. Reinforce the message with a followup line. This one resonates with teens, teachers and others who have enjoyed reading Suzanne Collin's The Hunger Game series: "May the odd be ever in your favor." Combine and wear the message! T- shirt advocacy is a practical and fun way to start a conversation or make others take a moment to think about the message.
The California School Library Association Foundation's Library Store offers a variety of items with this message at cafepress.com/csla, including wall peels (like posters but no tape is needed and no harm is done to the wall), mugs, journals, and all sorts of gift ideas.
If you are looking for FREE bookmarks with this message, download a PDF from the Foundation's webpage. The 22 mini-bookmarks are popular with teens, and make a fun book club give-away.
Friday, April 27, 2012
Wear Your Message: READ
Posted by Jackie S, 2.0 project manager at 7:01 AM
Labels: advocacy, authors, CSLA, reading and books, school libraries, signage, T-shirt advocacy
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