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TD Summer Reading Club 2018

From June 23 to August 25, visit any London Public Library location and register for our TD Summer Reading Club 2018. It's easy to do and means a summer full of fun and great reading for your family.

When they register, each child will receive a library card wallet with a TD Summer Reading Club Membership Card, a TD Summer Reading Club Notebook, and a Web Access Code Sticker.

How it works:

All summer long read anything you want – picture books, graphic novels, magazines or chapter books! Drop in to any location during any library hours to tell us about what you're reading and earn a Read to Win ballot. You can visit any London Public Library location to participate, not just the location where you registered.

Each time you visit, show us your Membership Card to earn a stamp. When you reach specially marked spaces on your Membership Card, recieve extra incentive prizes and bonus ballots for being a loyal member!

Place completed ballots in a Prize Jar at any location for a chance to win an awesome prize of your choice!

Please note: Maximum of one visit per child per day for the TD Summer Reading Club.

Visit us for 10 minutes or stay longer to explore activities available! Come as often or as little as you like!

Suggested Age Range:
 
The TD Summer Reading Club is open to all children from talking pre-readers to enthusiastic teens! Our staff can help you determine which summer reading program is the best fit for your child and your family. Our Get Caught Reading summer program is also available and is geared to those in the 11-17 year old range, although some children prefer to stay in the TD Summer Reading Club until they are older.

For Parents

Summer reading is important!

Research shows that children who do not read during the summer can lose significant reading progress. Summer learning loss has a cumulative, long-term effect – that makes reading in the summer a great choice!

London Public Library's TD Summer Reading Club will:

  • Bridge the gap between school years to prevent summer reading loss
  • Motivate and build reading skills and confidence
  • Increase reading enjoyment
  • Expose children to many high-quality books

 

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