Besides the book week, the CPNB organizes a child version of it in October, as well as 'de maand van het spannende boek'; a month in which crime novels are in the spotlight, and many other themed weeks.
Since 2006, the CPNB organizes the annual event 'Nederland Leest' in November, which is sort of a book club for the whole country. Members of public libraries can get a special reprint of an existing Dutch book, and they are supposed to read and discuss it together.
In order to get children to reading, the CPNB organizes the "Kinderjury". During one and a half month, children can rate Dutch books that have been published in the past year. The books can be bought or are available in public libraries. I remember filling out special vote cards that could be handed in at the library, but nowadays the kids can choose their favorites online. The book with the highest rating gets a price, and when a new edition of the book is printed, it's likely that the Kinderjury price is mentioned on the cover.