10 Adorable Fonts for Children's books
Posted on 6th August 2019
Of course, being a blogger for a company like fontbundles the first thing I notice are the font choices the author's chose to represent their story. Honestly, I do judge a book by it's cover and especially the typefaces!
I've rounded up 10 adorable fonts that be perfection for a children's book so you have one less element to figure out. Just add your own creative story and imaginative graphics.
1. Dear May
Dear May is a quirky handwritten font. It is printed and easy to read - with a fun twist! This font is perfect for branding, quotes, kid's designs, blogs, logos, and more!
Gumdrops is a fun, funky handwriting font that mimics the way she wrote in high school. It's a playful typeface with unique but readable letters. This font features a full set of upper and lower case letters plus special characters.
3. Ginger and Kale
Ginger and Kale is a playful mixed case font that is perfect for adding an element of fun and playfulness in your designs and works great for any design project! It comes with a set of decorated alternates and over 45 ligatures!
Thingamajig is fun and whimsical font is a hand-crafted sans serif font that has a youthful appeal to it.
5. Naturalistic Playground
Naturalistic Playground is a cute whimsical handwritten font. All nodes were cleaned in fairly natural shape. This font will nice for logo, title, subtitle,T-shirt, Mug, etc.
6. Yellow Umbrella
Yellow Umbrella is a hand-drawn weighted serif. Give a lighthearted rustic look to your crafts and designs!
7. Robbie Robot
Robbie Robot is a hand-crafted serif font has a youthful feel to it.
8. A Little Mixed Up
A Little Mixed Up is a whimsical, handwritten font that is perfect for your craft and design projects!
9. Buttermilk Biscuit
Buttermilk Biscuit is a super cute, funky hand-lettered font, made on an iPad. With a playful, whimsical personality, Buttermilk Biscuit would be perfect for menus or cafes, birthday invitations, or branding for kid-centric businesses.
Paperboy is a hand drawn serif with a whimsical look. With it’s playful attitude, Paperboy takes out the seriousness that comes with serif fonts, even though it follows the same typographic principles.
Don't forget to pin this for later! What kind of children's book do you have in mind?