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Kids

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From June 25 to August 20 register at any London Public Library for our TD Summer Reading Club 2016.

Kids will receive a library card wallet with a TD Summer Reading Club Membership Card, a TD Summer Reading Club Notebook, stickers and a Web Access Code Bookmark.

All summer long read anything you want – picture books, graphic novels, magazines or chapter books! Drop in to any location during library hours to tell us about what you’re reading and earn a Read to Play ballot. Earn an extra ballot for completing a Read to Play Activity.

Author Spotlight: Britta Teckentrup

We love the whimsical and endearing stories of author/illustrator Britta Teckentrup! Her characters may be grumpy, clumsy, and smelly but they are also kind, clever, friendly and lovable.

Book Cover Image:  Get out of my bath!This whimsical and interactive story will have you splashing along with Ellie the elephant as she tries to regain control when her relaxing bath is invaded by uninvited friends.

FUN-tastic Community Family Literacy Celebration

FUN-tastic Community Family Literacy Celebration, Saturday, January 30, 10 am to 2 pm Central Library

Join us this Saturday, January 30, 10 am to 2 pm at the Central Library for a FUN-tastic Community Family Literacy Celebration!

Ready, Set, Kindergarten!

Book Cover Image:  Ready, Set, Kindergarten

It’s time to register for Full-Day Kindergarten!

What an exciting time! Starting school is a big step for little people and probably feels like an even bigger step for the people that love and support them.

What can you do to ensure that you are ready this September?

Winter Break is here!

Winter imageWant to keep busy this winter break?  So do we!  We've planned some awesome programs and activities just for you.  Join us for storytimes, puppet shows, games, gadgets, movies, Lego and more!

What's on...

Be Silly and Build Literacy!

Book Cover Image of Moo baa la la laWe all feel a little silly clucking like chickens and snorting like pigs; but hearing and making animal sounds helps us hear different kinds of sounds in language. This develops literacy skills and reading readiness. At the same time, being silly and having fun with sounds and words makes reading fun, and fun with books is essential to developing a lifelong love of reading. So,

The Nest by Kenneth Oppel

Book Cover Image of The NestSteven's baby brother is sick, and while his whole family is worried, Steven is having dreams about an eerie winged creature who promises to help. At first he thinks the creature might be an angel, but as her behaviour becomes more alarming -- and the unusual wasp nest on Steven's house grows larger