The Huntsville Public Library is launching the 2022 TD Summer Reading Club!


The Huntsville Public Library is thrilled to announce the 2022 TD Summer Reading Club! All ages can participate and read for fun this summer. Read all the books that interest you or read them aloud to a family member. Enjoy fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels and audiobooks this summer! Borrow from your library or read books you have at home.

Sign up for a READsquared account to track your reading and participate in weekly raffles and grand prize raffles for your age group. Children aged 0 to 12 can get a new orange drawstring bag offered by the Friends of the Library.

Huntsville Public Library staff will be on the road this summer to meet you in the community at Summer Pop-Ups! Take part in walk-in outdoor storytimes on Thursdays at various locations.

Amber McNair, Youth Services Librarian, with the Huntsville Public Library (photo provided)

Sign up for activities for kids, tweens, and teens, including Make a Gnome Home, Dragon Masters Maker Activity, Summer Lego Builders Club, Wild World of Writing, Chess for Tween & Teens, and Nerf Capture the Flag for Teens. Come to a Friends of the Library children’s event held at the Huntsville Legion: Team T&J Interactive Music for Kids and Families, and Scales – Reptiles at Risk Nature Park.

Experience a StoryWalk® at Fairy Vista Trail and Arrowhead Provincial Park. Read the pages of a picture book along a trail while being active outdoors in nature.

We thank our local sponsors: The Friends of the Library, the Rotary Club of North Muskoka and the Huntsville Denture Clinic.

The TD Summer Reading Club is present across Canada in more than 2,000 public libraries and is developed by the Toronto Public Library in partnership with Library and Archives Canada. TD Bank Group generously provides sponsorship.

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