LibraryAware

Tell your library story through email, social media, on your website, in print, and more.

LibraryAware helps libraries connect with readers and keep them engaged. Use templates and tools to create newsletters, bookmarks, shelf talkers, flyers, social and digital displays and more for promoting books and resources throughout the library and beyond. Customize colors, branding, images, and more for your community needs. 

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NextReads newsletters: Excite your community about reading with curated reading recommendations

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Email marketing for libraries: Send targeted messages with professionally designed templates for e-newsletters and e-blasts

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Library-focused templates: Whether you’re promoting a STEM storytime or a Library of Things, our templates have you covered

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Thousand of images:  Book covers, audiobook covers, DVD covers, library-focused stock images, and more! Don’t worry — we’ve taken care of the copyright for you

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Resource-promotion kits: Help your customers learn about all the services your library offers

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Endless options: No limits on your users, subscribers or sends. Promote your library on social, on your website, with flyers, bookmarks, brochures, and more

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“I always recommend LibraryAware to librarians who want an easy-to-use, intuitive design program. LibraryAware is the way to go if you want to create something quickly and professional looking.”

— Mary Giunca, Forsyth County Public Library. 

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A librarian wearing a purple scarf on her computer.

"Our librarians plan such amazing programs, and we need beautiful, eye-catching designs that really allow us to showcase those programs. The LibraryAware flyer templates really fit the bill!”

— Jennifer Wells, Cobb County Public Library

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"LibraryAware is the perfect solution for a smaller library system that has to do its own publicity on a regular basis."

— Rachel Langlois, New Hanover County Public Library

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The best way to see what LibraryAware can do for your library is to see how other libraries use LibraryAware. Our libraries product beautiful things. These are some of our favorites.

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