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TD Summer Reading Club

The TD Summer Reading Club has begun!  Sign up at any library location.  Details:Sign up anytime and participate in our TD Summer Reading Club until August 26. Sign up is available throughout the summer at all library locations.  (Note: Landon Branch is closed until July 4.  Rigister at any other library location and participate at Landon once they are back open.).

ABOUT the TD Summer Reading Club

A story, a library, our country: what do they have in common? Each one welcomes you, inspires you, and invites you to explore and shape your identity. In the year of Canada's 150th Birthday, join the TD Summer Reading Club and celebrate with us. Salut!

The TD Summer Reading Club is Canada’s biggest, bilingual summer reading program for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities. This free program is offered at 2,000 public libraries across Canada, and it’s easy to include in any summer plans. Last year, more than 4,600 London children participated!

The Club celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories, and inspires kids to explore the fun of reading their way. This is key to building a lifelong love of reading.  Here’s what London parents have to say about the program:

“They stayed engaged throughout a summer filled with other distractions – still wanted to reach each night.”

“It gave them a sense of independence and a confidence boost”

“It kept my children motivated to read every day.”

When they register for the TD Summer Reading Club, each child receives a wallet, notebook and an activity.. Each time a participant visits the library, they have the opportunity to talk with our staff about what they are reading and to receive a stamp in their notebook and a ballot for a chance to win a weekly prize. You can visit any London Public Library Location according to your family’s summer schedule, as much as once each day.


Children from 11 to 17 years of age are invited to participate in Get Caught Reading this summer at all library locations. No registration is required.  Visit any library branch or check here for details.


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