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 is gr8
I love this book because Olemaun just wanted to go to the outsiders school like her big sister.It was also pretty sad.But…even though it was sad i still liked it!
amazing so good
the book was heart-warming.it reminded me that we’re all equal and that we should celebrate being ourselves.this topic is not something to laugh about.this really did happen.
it is relley sad it almost made me cry but at the end they leared there leasan
it is about an inuit girl who goes to a resedential school. it is both sad and funny
its sweet and gives you leasons to not bully
I think it is a good book because I am 8
This story is a very nice but the best thing ever is a great day to be a good day to be a great day to be a good day to be a
I want to know what the book is about, plz tell me!!!😊
dont really like it
it really got me thinking.it was so interesting.
mean women the girl striped of her warm parka and braids cut really interesting story
It’s such a beautiful story and the illustrations are beautiful. Loved it ^-^
When I was eight,such a good story.Such a great idea to write about life of an Inuit’s life.(+ awesome drawings!)
I read this in school its a really good book
it”s really sad and a awesome book!