Click here to register for the TD Summer Reading Club!
Register on the official TD website or at the library and get your official reading notebook at the library to start reading and earning prizes! Explore the TD site to get book recommendations, submit jokes, see readings from published authors and more!
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 co-created and delivered by more than 2,000 public libraries across Canada. It celebrates Canadian authors, illustrators and stories. It’s designed to inspire kids to explore the fun of reading their way – the key to building a lifelong love of reading.
Get ready for a summer full of creating, reading, and winning great prizes!
Kids (and their caregivers) can participate anytime, anywhere – online, on the road or wherever their summer takes them.
Participants explore recommended reads; track their own reading; connect and share with others across the country; read books online; join in activities; write jokes, stories and book reviews, and more. There are great resources for kids with print disabilities as well as for pre-readers and their families.
It’s big – and getting bigger every year! A recent tally of TD Summer Reading Club numbers shows the significant impact of the program: 831,546 participants in more than 45,000 programs that were delivered by 2,050 library branches across the country.
Being a part of the Summer Reading Club is easy! Simply register online through the TD Summer Reading Club website, grab your notebook from the library, and read anywhere and anything! Earn treasure chest prizes for each page filled out in your notebook. Once your notebook is full, enter your name into our grand prize draw!
June 18: Official launch of the TD Summer Reading Club! Register online through TD's website, grab your notebook from the library and start reading!
June 18-August 31: TDSRC. Sign-up anytime to read and earn prizes!
August 18: Grand prize draw! Make sure your entries are in before 4 p.m. to win big!
There is an organized reading challenge this year for teens 12-17, where Teens who sign up can earn entries to a grand prize draw by reading and participating in challenges.
The 2022 YRCA Book Survivor is a contest between 9 2022 YRCA book nominees. Over the course of 4 voting periods, voters will decide whether to keep or kick books out, getting rid of 2 books each round. By the end of the 4th round, participants will have decided on the surviving book. After each round, those who voted will be entered in a draw to win one of the YRCA book contestants.
Book Survivor is open to patrons of all ages. Participants must have a current TRAC Library card and must have read at least one of the contestants in Round 1.
The program will run from June 27-August 21
More details about the individual challenges can be found at www.marigoldprograms.ca