How you can help
The intention behind the Library A to Z Kickstarter was to produce a series of illustrations reflecting the wide range of positive services and experiences provided by libraries. These illustrations then formed the basis of advocacy and promotional materials including a book, greetings cards and editable posters, which are now free to be used under a creative commons licence where indicated (cc by 4.0), and can be downloaded and printed out by you. Printed copies of the book are also available from online booksellers. Please note any money made from the sale of any of this material (over and above the production and delivery charges), will go back into providing more free content.
If you have any requests for materials to be sent out to support libraries, we may be able to help. You can get in touch with us via the form on the contact page and we'll see what we can do.
During the launch week (November 2014) packs, including the books, were sent out to over 100 key decision makers, including politicians, and around 30 media organisations. The intention was to spread the positive Library A to Z message that libraries continue to remain relevant, as well as highlighting that they even though a key focus of libraries is books, this is not all they have to offer. We hope that this will encourage continued support and investment in library services. We would like to thank everyone who has helped promote the Library A to Z, especially during the launch. This includes the 1,000+ mentions and retweets on Twitter and the 20+ blogs and news sites who have written about it.
We would encourage you to download the materials
and use them to support and promote libraries. We would love to hear how you have made use of them.
If you want to know how you can support libraries further take a look at:
Voices for the Library