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Join the Club

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Are you looking for interesting and stimulating activities to occupy your children during summer vacation? Would you like them to benefit from a program that will maintain and develop their reading skills? How about a fun-filled environment where your children can participate and meet new friends?

All you need to do is register your children for the TD Summer Reading Club at your local library. While the Club starts when school ends, and runs until the end of the summer, your children can register at any time.

As soon as your children are registered, they will each receive a free reading kit illustrated by a well-known children's book artist. The reading kit contains one awesome poster, nine stickers, and a bilingual activity booklet that is chock-full of games and includes a log sheet for recording the books they have read.

A club for children!

Each year, the TD Summer Reading Club selects a theme for children aged 12 and under. Across Canada close to 400,000 children take part in the programs and activities organized by librarians.1 Participants read nearly two million books!

With so much to offer, it's not surprising that the Club is so popular! In Canada's 450 participating public libraries, children can take advantage of a wide range of group activities suited to their age and interests. Contact your local library to find out about programming developed for this year's TD Summer Reading Club.

Every summer, libraries design new activities based on the annual theme so your children can register again and continue to broaden their horizons. Although the theme changes, the purpose of the Club remain the same: to promote reading in a setting that is fun, friendly and safe.

Want to learn more? Don't hesitate to consult the other sections aimed at parents. There you will find tips and 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.

1. Program data collected for Library and Archives Canada by Decima Research in October 2006.

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