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This year, we’re challenging you to read widely. Read 14 books in different categories to complete our challenge.

A family-oriented exhibit focused on the enduring literary classic, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, the fantastical story that opened the door to reading for generations of children.

On Civil Society explores current social and political issues through the lenses of democracy, the media, wellness, urbanism, equality, security and more.

Celebrate Family Literacy Month with programs across the city. Don’t forget to pick up your Family Literacy Challenge from your local branch.

Our top picks of the best Canadian children’s books for building reading readiness in kids under five.

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