The TD Summer Reading Club is a fun (and free!) program for kids held by participating Canadian public libraries.
And what a program it was! Canadian kids just like you submitted almost 3,000 story endings, over 16,000 book reviews and nearly 11,000 jokes! The 2017 program has ended, and although submissions are now closed, you can still have fun reading what other kids have sent in. You’ll only be able to log in to your notebook until October 31, so make sure you take one last look at all your reading and writing achievements before then! Way to go! See you again in 2018!
Reading fun for kids from Canada’s public libraries
I think this book would be good to have in a kindergarten class because it is short and the pictures tell more of the story than the words do. I liked the illustrations because they were descriptive.
Awesome book to read with my 15 month old brother, we both loved it and we love Canada.
My favourite part is R for railroad and J for July.
We have the hardcover version and Toronto ABC both have great colour, illustrations and text. My six-month-old enjoys each page as I point out interesting things within each page’s pictures.
Nice read about all things canadian
I like getting new badges. I didn’t like the book because it was only the alphabet letters.
kinda boring im 8 years old
kind of like a sing-along.
otherwise it’s great.
Pictures were beautiful and it was talking all about Canada.
Good for the learning your alphabets and words .
It was good but I’m seven years old ,so it so it wasn’t great great.
Three or four stars.
I loved it
The pictures were beautiful.
hi I red this book in my classroom and I loved it
I like it.
sorry my brother took over its good
bad if you’re older than 5