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 feel sad for the people when I think about it
I fell rally sad for them
I feel sad thinking about it
I want to read this book
It’s sad I mean they had to leave almost everything they owned to go. But they got away from the war and they lived a happy life so that is the best part.
I loved stepping stones as it teaches us the lesson of freedom. Also, I liked the illustrations using stones. That was really creative.
It’s a very interesting book. It shows how people were affected in wars. It shows times of sadness ( The walk, people leaving) and times of happiness (being welcomed to their with new town) The pictures with rock are very creative and beautiful. I love it! :)
Beautiful . War happens everywhere . We read books about people who fought in the war but not many about about people who were effected . Really changes what we read 😮
loved it I think was great I think you should make tons more
Book was awesome!!
Touches the heart
good book but many words to read
I really liked the illustrations!awesome☺☺☺☺
Too many words!
The clever use of rocks to illustrate the story was a good idea. The story felt real as did the characters. A sad war story with a positive ending.
I liked this book because I learned that some people have to leave their homes and its sad but in the end its happy. And I liked the rock pictures.
It’s a nice story but it’s also very sad. I wish that wars would just end :’(
A touching short realistic story of a family that survives a war. Must read!
This book feels sad, but there are good things, too. The pictures are made of stones and that is really cool.