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TD Summer Reading Club

The TD Summer Reading Club (TDSRC) is free! It offers a variety of fun reading-related activities for children 12 and under and keeps them reading all summer long!

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Each book read is a chance to win a prize. Visit the library throughout the summer to report on books read, collect stickers and play games.


Please fill out the form below to register for the TD Summer Reading Program. Please complete a separate form for each child that you are registering.

Registration Form

If you have any question, please email Shannon McGrady, Program & Research Co-ordinator, at [email protected]

Your contact information will be used solely for the purpose of the 2019 TD Summer Reading Club program. Your contact information will not be shared with anyone without your knowledge and permission.  You will also have the option of unsubscribing to the library's eNewsletter at any time.


Summer Brochure - Programs are weekly and will run from Tuesday, July 2 to Saturday, August 17.

Reporting Times

Drop-in to complete fun challenges with the summer students. Reporting will take place from July 2 to August 18.

Day Time Location


6 to 8 p.m. 



11:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Alder & Mill


2:30 to 4:30 p.m.



Can’t come to the library? Report online using the form below:

Reporting Form

The books will be recorded and go towards your chance to win a prize.

TD Summer Reading Club Finale - Wednesday, August 21

Time: 1 - 3 p.m. - Special Guest Mad Science

Location: Mill Street Library

Celebrate the end to a great summer of reading with a Mad Science show! The number of books read will be revealed and the prize winners announced.

How it Works:

  1. Register at either branch or use the registration form below to register online. Registration starts June 10 and continues throughout the summer.
  2. Pick up your kit, including a notebook to track reading and a web access code for the TD Summer Reading website.  There are fun games and activities for kids to explore.
  3. Check-out lots of books. Choose whatever you think will be fun.
  4. Children can read independently, read to someone else, or have someone read to them. Books, magazines, comics and audiobooks are all accepted.
  5. Come back to the library so your child can tell us about his or her reading and earn stickers. Report at either location, between July 2 and August 18, whenever the library is open or come in during scheduled reporting times to play the TD Summer Reading game. 
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