These adorable vintage style library borrower cards work perfectly as a reading log for each book in your library. Each card includes spaces for you to fill in a book’s title and author name in addition to 32 spaces for logging each reader’s name, reading start date, and reading completion date.
The cards would be especially cute to add to kids’ books, as children reread their favorites so often and pass books around between siblings! They’re also a great tool to encourage kids to read— they get to enter their name and finish date into the log each time they finish a book. If your family plans to save books to pass on to future generations of little ones, a project like this makes them even more of a treasure. Add these beautiful cards to your library collection now so that you can look back in years to come and see how many times you and your family have read your favorites. Additional cards can be added to each book if you’re a super bookworm.
I recommend printing these on a quality card stock. If you want an authentic vintage look, use colored card stock in a cream, pastel blue or pastel green color. Each page printed makes four 3″ x 5″ reader log cards.
1. Purchase this listing.
2. Download files that are instantly available to you.
3. Print (see note below)
4. Trim along dotted lines to create four reader log cards
5. Add a card to every book in your collection and enjoy!
*Please note this is a digital product. No physical product will be shipped to you.
A NOTE ON PRINTING:
You will receive a two-page PDF document for download. Make sure to select the “Print on Both Sides” option if your printer provides it, or follow your printer’s directions for manually printing on both sides. These cards fit perfectly into standard manilla library pockets.