Need library display ideas? I’ve designed, and continue to design many signs for public library displays. I believe that libraries should be sharing their resources more often – we’re all in this together! Feel free to download and use any of my signs in your library, or check out my tips for creating non-boring non-fiction displays.
Free Library Display Resources
3D Flower Bulletin Board Display
Guess Who Children’s Character Display
Reading Gives You All the Feels Bulletin Board Display
Spot the Difference Snowpeople Display
New Year, New Books Bulletin Board Display
New Year New Goals Adult Non-Fiction Book Bin Display
YA Display Materials: Not Your Average Highschool
April Is Poetry Month: Teen Display Resources
YA Diary Fiction: Teen Book Display
Winter Blues Library Display Resources
Blind Date With A Book with List – Tips and Tricks
Flow Chart Display: Try a New Type Of Book
Flow Chart Display: Meet Your Next Literary BFF
Marvel Vs. DC Graphic Novel Display
Sick of Superheroes? Graphic Novel Display
Non Fiction Library Display Signs
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This is some really good information about library display ideas. I love the idea of using clear plastic stands to display all the books you are trying to feature. It does seem like a good thing to be aware of when you want to have more people check out some not so well know books.
Do you have any ideas for Adult Fiction Displays for the month of April?
Thank you for sharing these great ideas! I will certainly use many of them. Thanks!
Thank you so much for sharing all your wonderful displays and ideas. I was curious what tool you use for creating the flyers, specifically the DIY craft one? And do you use the upgraded service if it’s something like Canva?
I used Canva.com for most of these posters, including the DIY Craft poster. I do not have an upgraded service. I think Canva can be a wonderful tool, especially if we don’t rely too heavily on the preset templates. Thanks for the feedback!
Thanks so much for sharing so many wonderful library display ideas. I work in a Kansas high school and you’ve inspired several ideas for us! Your displays are clean and simple, easy to read, and still beautiful. We appreciate your creativity! Have a great afternoon, Shelly
Your displays are incredible! What do you use to cut out your letters for your displays, especially the ones with different fonts?
Thank you! I use a Cricut to cut most of the letters, and I get most fonts from Font Squirrel.