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TD Summer Reading Club - Sign up has begun!

The Club has been promoted at schools around the city to thousands of eager children. Summer reading books have been set aside, book reports and activity sheets are set to go and game boards are at the ready. Library staff and volunteers have been busily sorting prizes in preparation for registration day. Visit a library near you TODAY to join the club!

Check out the video below for more information.

Did you paint the River Thames at your library?

London is celebrating the Thames River this year and many of you visited your local library during March Break to help paint pictures of the River. Here are the finished pictures, put together so you can watch the seasons change! Make sure you have the sound turned on.

Kids First Day - Friday, April 18th

Drop in to any Library location and take part in our River Quest:

Help us "Celebrate the Thames 2008" by finding hidden plants and animals in the Library.  While you learn about each one, you will get a clue to help you on your quest to solve the mystery puzzle.

Kids First Day is a way for kids and their families to join Investing in Children and its community partners to celebrate the wonderful opportunities that London has to offer for children and to recognize the people, businesses and organizations that make them possible.

Pick up your passport and make the Library one of the places you visit on Kids First Day.  If children visit at least three partner locations, they can enter their passport into a draw to win one of the many great prizes donated by the community.  All you need to do is pick up a passport at your first partner location, and drop it off at the last location you visit.

Click here for a complete list of participating locations.

Book Hooks



This film's books are A Crooked Kind of Perfect by Linda Urban, Bud, Not Buddy by Christopher Paul Curtis, Yeah!Yeah!Yeah! The Beatles, Beatlemania and the music that changed the world by Bob Spitz and Those Amazing Musical Instruments by Genevieve Helsby.