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Agent 009
TD Summer Reading Club

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Grab your deerstalker and your magnifying glass and, using your keen sense of observation and highly tuned powers of deduction, join the investigation to help the TD Summer Reading Club's Agent 009 put together a chain of clues to unravel a puzzling mystery.

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Again this year, TD Bank Group, the Toronto Public Library and Library and Archives Canada are proud to support literacy in Canada by offering the TD Summer Reading Club to Canadian children across the nation in both English and French. New this year is the creation of francophone material by librarians from Québec City, Montréal, and Ottawa. Renowned author and illustrator, Werner Zimmermann has been chosen to create the artwork for 2009.

The TD Summer Reading Club has been successful in inspiring children to spend more time reading books. It has also encouraged parents and caregivers to become more involved in their children's reading activities.

It is very promising to learn that the number of children visiting libraries and enjoying books is increasing. During the summer of 2008 an incredible half a million Canadian children participated in over 27,000 library activities in 2000 locales, reading close to 2 million books!

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The goals of the TD Summer Reading Club are to encourage Canadian children to read for pleasure, to help maintain and improve their children's reading skills during the summer and to encourage them to be lifelong readers and library users. For more information on the 2008 evaluation results, see National Report of Program Statistics.

Join in the investigation and help promote this award-winning program that offers children and their families a fun way to enjoy reading during the summer months and raise literacy levels in Canada.

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Telephone: 613-947-0616
Email: td-club-td@lac-bac.gc.ca