|Poster-sized 23x34 inch visuals for poetry reading events for pre-schoolers.|
Just to be fair, let's not forget where building the appreciation of language begins: with the children. I've shown promotional collaterals for adults and teens, but the library hasn't overlooked younger children, nor should I. The library holds poetry reading for pre-school children aged 5 and under and I'm not above developing materials for the younger set too.
On-site requirements are often less complicated than for collaterals needing to be shown prior to an event. For on-site poetry reading events, youth service librarians like to include a 23x34 inch poster that shows the words of a poem being recited. Usually, they only show the words; sometimes they might include a small piece of clip art. They often create these in Microsoft Word or Publisher and print them out. Occasionally, I'll help out either with the printing or by developing a more involved visual. Above is an example where I helped to develop easel-held posters that would be displayed in front of an audience where the librarian would lead the event.