TD Summer Reading Club

Reading fun for kids, from Canada's public libraries

About the TD Summer Reading Club

This year, the entire TD Summer Reading Club will be available online. Kids can join the Club starting on June 14 at their local library branch and participate online all summer. Club participants can read whatever they'd like throughout the summer and earn virtual badges, vote in the Battle of the Books, post reviews, write stories, read and write jokes, participate in weekly trivia, watch author/illustrator readings and workshops and more.

How it works

  1. Starting June 14, visit your local library branch to sign up for the Club and get your child's reading kit. You can also sign up online.
  2. Read for fun! Have your child read what they enjoy and try some of our recommended reads by borrowing a grab & go bag.
  3. Visit often so your child can share what they're reading, earn virtual badges and participate in more fun reading activities.

The TD Summer Reading Club is accessible for kids of all abilities, no matter how they read! Ask library staff about getting the content of the notebooks in accessible formats. You can also download the materials from the accessibility section of the TD Summer Reading Club website.

Online French Reading Challenge

The Club is a bilingual program! Children who read in French can tell us about what they've been reading and be entered in a draw. The Online French Reading Challenge starts June 14.

There are more ways to enjoy the TD Summer Reading Club in French at

Online Programs

Mark your calendars for these upcoming programs:


Beginning June 14 at select branches, join us for the TD Summer Reading Club StoryWalk®! Stroll around the outside of the library building and enjoy reading a story from one page to the next. Featuring The Thing Lou Couldn't Do written and illustrated by Ashley Spires.

Take a StoryWalk® at the following branches:


Check the TD Summer Reading Club parent FAQ to learn more.

Summer Wonder

Summer Wonder is an exciting set of programs for kids 6-12 and their families. This year all Summer Wonder programs and activities will take place online. With a Wonder Wall, Creativity Challenges, and lots of free, virtual programs to explore, more the library is the place for your family to learn, explore and have fun online.