A Book a Day Stickers!

A Book a Day works with artists from around the world to create gorgeous, unique stickers honoring our various programs and partnerships. These stickers show A Book a Day’s growing impact in Philadelphia and highlight the diverse populations of children and families that we proudly serve. 

Receive a collection of stickers with every donation of $50 or greater! Your donations will help support ABaD’s projects as well as our new initiatives. After you donate, be sure to email us at abookadayprogram@gmail.com to provide your mailing address.

Four Seasons with A Book a Day

Luba Haleva (Bulgaria)

Using ABaD’s new logo as inspiration, Luba created a vibrant collection of artwork featuring a variety of avian friends, each representing a season of A Book a Day’s year-round literacy and art programs.

Superheroic Delight Song

Josh Cochran (USA)

With these playful, powerful stickers, artist Josh Cochran commemorated our 2021 Superheroic Delight Song mural project, a collaborative effort between Lea Elementary students, author Matthew Burgess, and artist Josh Cochran.

Books For Smiles/Libros para sonrisas

Damyan Damyanov (Bulgaria)

Our partnership with Puentes de Salud began in 2021 and has grown to include regular book distributions, a permanent, on-site library, and support for a culinary literacy program. Toothsome stickers and Spanish/bilingual books make dental visits much sweeter.

The Art of Reading

Afronite Stoic (Ghana)

Stoic’s sticker collection playfully celebrates the varied ways that we interact with literacy and how it leads to a brighter, more colorful world. The joy of reading and learning infuses Stoic’s stickers…and ABaD’s work!

Little Book of Onigiri

Eri Mizukane (USA/Japan)

Eri’s stickers provide a glimpse into our upcoming project that encourages exploration across multiple cultures: The Little Onigiri Book! We hope to bring this innovative graphic novel/cookbook and its lessons on Japanese culture to students throughout Philadelphia and beyond in 2024!

A Book a Day is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.