Little Tiger Press are highlighting the fragility and wonder of our world with their brilliant Dear Earth campaign, which offers a fantastic way to link together picture book aged readers and this year’s Earth Day on 22 April. They would love for libraries to get involved this spring, hosting story time read-alongs with this beautiful, thoughtful picture book, and encouraging young readers to compose their own ‘Dear Earth’ letter or picture for library displays or to take home.
There are 30 packs available with 30 blank ‘Dear Earth’ letters being supplied to participating libraries, and a link provided should further letter templates be needed. Submit your library display photos and a winning entry will be chosen on 29 May to win a prize visit from illustrator Clara Anganuzzi to have a visual installation produced by the artist, subject to your display space availability.
To participate in your library, sign up for a ‘Dear Earth’ letter pack. Plus! The first 10 libraries to sign up will receive a copy of Dear Earth signed and dedicated to their specific library by the author Isabel Otter.
You can order these FREE materials until 22 March (but they may sell out before this date).
By signing up you are agreeing to use these materials and will provide photos (of participation, displays and activities in the library using #DearEarthBook and @LittleTigerUK (Twitter) and/or @littletigerbooks (Instagram) and send feedback to Kimberley.Sheehan@readingagency.org.uk by 29 May. Please do not order the pack if you cannot commit to this.
This offer is for public and school libraries only. Please include the name of the library where you will be using the pack when adding your address for delivery, if not your order may be cancelled.
The publisher will be dispatching your resources. They will receive a dispatch list with your contact name and work address (which you give) for delivery. They will only deliver the pack requested and the dispatch list will then be deleted after the packs have been sent.