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

Promote Your Collection

Create self-directed pathways that help readers discover books, whether they are wandering your stacks or browsing on their phone. LibraryAware includes thousands of professionally designed templates for creating bibliographies, posters, reading maps, signs, bookmarks, and more. 

Web and social

Meet readers where they're already spending time: on your website, your social media, and your catalog. Use our sized-right social media templates, target readers with in-catalog promotions, and put widgets on your website to share recommendations, new titles, and more.

Book display signs, flyers, posters, shelf talkers

Create a fun reader experience inside the library with imaginative book display signs, flyers on end caps, and shelf talkers in the stacks. We've compiled a collection of examples showcasing what's possible with the readers' advisory templates available in LibraryAware.

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Lists and bibliographies

How much time do you spend making bibliographies? With LibraryAware, it only takes minutes to create custom book lists. Simply select a template; copy and paste ISBNs; and voila! Here's a sample bibliography on Coming of Age stories.


Encourage your readers to sign up for NextReads, the award-winning book recommendation newsletters included in LibraryAware. Make your own custom newsletters and use LibraryAware to respond to form-based readers' advisory requests — the suggestions will link directly to your catalog. Want to know more? See a sample custom newsletter.

“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. 

"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

"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


See how libraries are using LibraryAware

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

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