I developed these speech bubbles to call attention to some books that may help students with some of their New Year’s resolutions, and make an eye-catching, attention-getting display in the library. It’s a great way for students to be reminded of the different numbers assigned to Dewey’s 10 categories. You can use these with books from your collection that match the New Year’s resolution. For example, pull a cook book for ‘Learn to Bake’; a how-to-draw book for ‘Learn to Draw’; or a book about global warming for ‘Help Save the World.’ I printed these on colorful card stock, laminated, cut, and attached to wooden stir sticks. These can then be tucked inside the books so that the speech bubbles extend above the cover. If you’re not a librarian, these would work well in your classroom library too. Enjoy the freebie by downloading the file here.