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Discover. Explore. Expierence. LIBRARIES OF WASHINGTON STATE


The following materials are available to libraries to reach all segments of their communities, and in particular, unserved and underserved populations, with information about local programs and resources.

A Shared Vision for Education: Connecting Educators, Families and Libraries

A resource guide for educators, famlies, and libraries which highlights the education value of libraries. A Shared Vision for Education

Posters and Bookmarks

Ten characters are available in posters and bookmarks for libraries to choose as a part of Washington's statewide library outreach training initiative. Three are available in Spanish. Washington libraries may purchase the posters and bookmarks at cost directly from the Department of Printing. You may customize the posters and bookmarks to promote your local library services and your LSTA-funded projects.

To view the posters and bookmarks, see The 2006 Gallery.

How to order posters and bookmarks at cost from the Dept. of Printing

To order 2006 posters and bookmarks at cost, please visit this page and order form.

How to order earlier posters and bookmarks

To order copies of earlier posters and bookmarks ("Gina," "David," and "Ricky"), please use this order form.


Bright orange with the message Dream. Learn. Achieve. LIBRARIES., these wristbands are a great way to help the public find their local libraries and to access electronically to their local library's resources.

How to order wristbands at cost
Please contact Jason Wilhite of ReminderBand, Inc. at, 800.922.5401 x 123.

Estimate of costs for wristbands (does not include sales tax and shipping.)

Quantities 20 100 200 300 500 800 1,000 2,500 5,000+
Cost per band $1.17 $1.05 $0.98 $0.81 $0.67 $0.53 $0.49 $0.41 Call


Contact: Jeremy Stroud, Washington State Library,, 360.570.5583.

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Funded in part by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) through the Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA).