Feed Your Passions with TD Summer Reading Club

If you’re hungry for summertime fun, the TD Summer Reading Club is ready to feed your passions.

Registration opens June 16 for the 2018 program and we’re eager to see your smiling little faces. Come into any branch to register and pick up your very own notebook to track your summer reading. We’ll help you set a goal for the summer and even get you started with some great recommendations—it really is one of our favourite things to do.

We want to feed your passion for reading, plus all the other amazing things you love; like dancing, playing sports, learning to play an instrument, going on adventures, experimenting, and exploring your world.

So, let’s kick off this summer chapter with a big, passionate “Hurrah!” and a new story or experience that inspires you to be your best.

Recommended reads

Here are some of our favourite picks for June. 

TD Summer Reading Club 2018: Feed Your Passion

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Dive into these recommended reads and feed your passion...your passion for reading! Check back in July for a new list of delicious reads.

Frances Dean loves to dance! If only she could find the courage to share that love with others.

It's non-stop hockey fun and excitement all day, every day for Pepper and his family.

Dreams of flying carry Antoine on adventures around the world and inspire him to write The Little Prince.

Nothing would stop Josephine Baker from becoming an international superstar and darling of the dancing world - especially not her skin colour.

Although Bear's talent leads him to fame in the big city, his heart draws him back to the most important place.

After constantly being told that only boys play drums, a young girl gets her opportunity to shine and to change people's minds.

Henri's fascination with insects leads to a scientific career and a desire to demonstrate the beauty in nature all around him.

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