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
it so nice
The pictures are very well drawn,and the book explains what things would be at which place. My favourite part is the back which says about the things Toshi found.
Good book but terrible choice as an E-book!
I like how Toshi spends some time with her grandmother while also, she finds cute, little, small treasures. Everyday they go someplace new and find new ones.
some nice treasures
I like the book
I love the book especially looking for treasures….
This is a cute treasure book to keep.
It was boring.
This was an ok book but I thought it could use a little more details.It was hard to read the book because it was tiny.This is what I thought.
Was ok sorta
too small words writing and the sea shells drawings were too small
Its a really nice little book.Also really cute! It’s great for young kids that want to see objects. I good that everything’s labeled. I like the games between each page. Five stars! :D
It was beautiful!
the story was cool and facinating.All the pictures inside were super duper cool and neat !
Interesting collectibles. I liked identifying the maching tools.
I think this is a cool book.
I think it was a great book because I liked all the pictures on the pages. It was interesting trying to find all the matches in the book.
This book is a good book because it makes you look and pay attention to each page.
Because they were finding treasures. I liked the pictures and the things that they found.