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Program logo: TD Summer Reading Club Français
Join the Club

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Who benefits from the Club?

Each year from June through August, the TD Summer Reading Club encourages children 12 and under to read, in order to make it easier for them to go back to school in September.

As educators and assistants, you work all year to guide your pupils' reading by developing their enjoyment of books. The Club is designed to support you in your efforts by consolidating and improving children's acquired reading skills during the summer months.

By encouraging the children in your class to register for the Club at their local library, you help them continue to learn during their vacation.

The concept is simple: combine enjoyment of reading with constructive, pleasant activities. The program is very accessible since children join the Club through Canada's network of public libraries. The program is conveyed through a bilingual reading kit that children each receive on registration, or when they take part in complementary activities at the library.

To learn more about the Club, please consult the other pages of this section for teachers. There you will find information on the program and the benefits it offers.

The TD Summer Reading Club is sponsored by TD Bank Group in co-operation with the Toronto Public Library and Library and Archives Canada. A team of children's librarians from the public libraries of Toronto, Ottawa and Montréal developed the theme and the materials for the program. The participating regions are: Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

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