Book Week Materials
Our Book Week materials will help you celebrate great Canadian children’s books during TD Canadian Children's Book Week and all year long! Award-winning illustrator Janice Nadeau has created a beautiful image for our 2012 Book Week poster.
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre is no longer producing a Book Week Kit. Instead, teachers and librarians can purchase posters and bookmarks for their classroom or library, and will be able to access the theme guide and activities online.
Brighten up your classroom or library with a Book Week poster!
Award-winning illustrator, Janice Nadeau, has created a bright and beautiful image that perfectly captures our Book Week theme – Read a Book, Share a Story.
Folded poster: $4.95
Rolled poster: $6.95
Order enough bookmarks for the students in your classroom or library and share the magic of books and reading during TD Canadian Children’s Book Week.
Set of 30 Bookmarks: $3.95
The theme of TD Canadian Children’s Book Week 2012 is Read a Book, Share a Story and will celebrate the importance of sharing stories. 2012 marks the 100th anniversary of Lillian H. Smith becoming the first trained children’s librarian in Canada, and in the British Empire. Our Book Week theme highlights the important role that librarians play in sharing books and creating lifelong readers.
The Canadian Children’s Book Centre has carefully sourced Canadian children’s books that involve libraries and story sharing, for parents, teachers and librarians to share with children. Readers will be introduced to Nicholas, who with the help of the head librarian, has to return a lost chimpanzee to the storybook where he rightfully belongs, and to Jennifer, a young storyteller who finds herself stranded on an island where the elders disallow the telling of stories. These and many other characters will share their stories with Canada’s young readers.
Download the 2012 theme guide here.
Order your Book Week materials online – it’s quick and easy!
Get the most out of TD Canadian Children’s Book Week by ordering a Book Week poster and bookmarks to share with your students.
Note About Invoicing:
If your school or library prefers to be invoiced for your Book Week materials, you can place your order over the phone by calling 416.975.0010 x 224 or email Dawn Todd at email@example.com.