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Splash! Celebrate Summer - TD Summer Reading Club

TD Summer Reading Club

Introduction

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Lively scenes of children playing in and around water are brought to mind with this year's theme Splash! Celebrate Summer. Building sandcastles at the seashore, fishing off the end of a dock, setting off in a canoe or just splashing around in a local pool are all part of the fun this summer.

Once 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. British Columbia artist Kim LaFave, a recipient of the TD Canadian Children's Literature Award for Shin-chi's Canoe, has created the artwork for the program.

The TD Summer Reading Club has been successful in inspiring children to spend more time reading books and visiting their local libraries. During the summer of 2010, more than half a million children participated in programs offered at their local libraries and read more than 2 million books! For more information on the 2010 evaluation results please consult the National Report of Program Statistics.

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The goals of the TD Summer Reading Club are to encourage and strengthen the habit of reading for pleasure to create life-long learners, to increase children's reading skills and reduce summer learning loss.

Get ready to dive headfirst into the chosen theme for this year's TD Summer reading Club, Splash! Celebrate summer at your local library.