A Club for Kids of All Abilities
Does your child have trouble reading print because of a physical, visual or learning disability? The TD Summer Reading Club is accessible for kids of all abilities, no matter how they read!
Ask library staff about getting the content of the notebooks in accessible formats. You can also download the materials here:
Several of the TD Summer Reading Club books are available in alternative formats.
Depending on your location, your library may provide access to these books through:
- Centre for Equitable Library Access (CELA)
- National Network of Equitable Library Service (NNELS)
- Service québecois du livre adapté (SQLA)
Ask library staff how to register your child for access to these services.
Available for download or mail delivery through CELA:
Your library may be able to download or order copies for you.
Crafts, Activities, and Other Programs
If your child has special needs that affect participation in programs at the library, mention this to staff so that programs can be adapted. Any specific suggestions you can offer may be helpful.
Summer is Just the Beginning
The TD Summer Reading Club is a great way to keep kids reading all summer long. It’s also a good opportunity for you to discover new resources that can help them during the school year.
For example, did you know that through your library’s CELA service, your child may have free access to Bookshare, one of the world’s largest online libraries for people with print disabilities? Through the new system, patrons may search for books available through either CELA or Bookshare.
Need some help? Call the CELA Helpline at 1-855-655-2273 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.