Summer Reading Clubs

Do you want your child to keep up with their reading over the summer and have fun while doing it? The TD Summer Reading Club is a free reading club offered throughout Canadian libraries to kids of all ages and abilities.

We’ve put together a list of Summer Reading Clubs in libraries across Niagara! Click on the individual library links or visit http://www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca/ for more information. Happy reading!

 

Grimsby Public Library

Junior Summer Reading Club

July 2 – August 24

Register your children on or after Tuesday, July 2 at the TD Summer Reading Club Desk.

At registration your child will receive:

  • 1 TD Summer Reading Club notebook (To track reading and collect stickers)
  • 1 unique web access code to create an online notebook (Go to www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca to store virtual stickers and track reading online)
  • 1 Animal Reading Buddy to put up at the library (kids can add a sticker to their Reading Buddy for each book they read)

Kids can join in by reading books, visiting the library and participating in fun weekly activities and contests.

  • Kids can read books and record them in their TD Summer Reading Club notebook
  • Your child can record their books online as well by visiting www.tdsummerreadingclub.ca and using their unique web access code
  • All books (including audiobooks and e-books) count, and they do not have to be from the library’s collections
  • Children can visit the library to share what they read with TD Summer Reading Club staff. There is a maximum of 3 titles per visit.For each book your child reads, they will receive:
    • A sticker for their TD Summer Reading Club notebook
    • A sticker for their Animal Reading Buddy
    • Their choice of a small reward

Lincoln Public Library

TD Summer Reading Club 
Register and report on your first two books starting Tuesday July 2. Earn prizes for each book you finish. Report on ten books before Friday August 16 to receive an invitation to the Final Party on Tuesday August 20, featuring Mad Science’s Spectacular Science Show.

Teen Reading Challenge

Calling all tweens and teens ages 13 to 18! Kick back this summer with a good book. For every book you finish, fill out a ballot at the library to win fun prizes, and an invite to our end-of-summer SURVIVOR party on Monday August 19.


Pelham Public Library

Stop by either branch on Saturday, June 22 to sign up.


Thorold Public Library

Summer Reading Club registration begins July 2nd. Get ready for another summer of fun!


Welland Public Library

Register at any of our branches starting Monday, June 24.
You can start reporting your reading on Tuesday, July 2.


Niagara-on-the-Lake Public Library

Ultimate Summer Challenge June 2nd to August 11th


Niagara Falls Public Library

All ages. School’s almost done, but kids can keep reading all summer long with this year’s TD Summer Reading Club. For your free registration kit, stop by any library location starting Saturday, June 15th. The TD Summer Reading Club is Canada’s biggest bilingual summer reading program, where kids of all ages, interests and abilities can read books, have fun and earn prizes. Back by popular demand: read for beads! Build your own personalized bead necklace, bracelet or keychain one book at a time. Complete a challenge and earn a limited-edition Summer Reading Club Brag Tag.

Victoria, Stamford, Community, Chippawa
Saturday, June 15th to Sunday, August 25th


Port Colborne Public Library

June 24 – Aug 14

For children 12 and under

Each week one lucky reader will win (2) free passes to Safari Niagara! Make sure to register early to increase your chances of winning!

Explore the natural world with your Library this summer by joining the TD Summer Reading Club! Visit the library, read books, and participate in fun weekly activities that celebrate nature and literacy. Read 5 or more books to receive an invitation to a very special dance party on Wed Aug 21!


Wainfleet Public Library

Register in the meeting room on or after our annual GYSRO Day, Saturday, June 15 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
When you register you will receive a reading log book, stickers and schedule of our NEW Summer Reading Events
Reporting can be done anytime during the summer
Prizes are earned for every 2 books to a maximum of 5 prizes
Log books and RSVP’s to our End of Summer Reading Party are due Friday, August 9
Top Reader Prizes awarded at the End of Summer Reading Party, featuring local magician Scoop McCoy on Thursday, August 15, from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

 

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