LIBRARY NEWS AND UPDATES
Participate in the TD Summer Reading Club 2022
From June 13 to September 3, kids can join the Club at their local library and participate in-person or online all summer long.
The TD Summer Reading Club offers a variety of free, fun reading-related activities for children of all ages to keep them reading all summer long! Club participants can read whatever they’d like throughout the summer and report on the books read to library staff to earn stickers.
How it works
Starting June 13 visit your local library to sign up your child for the Club, and get their reading kit. Or sign up online, where you and your child can track their reading and earn virtual badges.
Sign up for the Bonfield Public Library Summer Reading contest starting July 4th to have a chance to win a Lego Classic Creative Brick Box.
Read for fun! Have your child read what they enjoy and try some of our recommended reads.
Visit tdsummerreadingclub.ca to vote in the Battle of the Books, post reviews, write stories, read and write jokes, participate in weekly trivia, watch author/illustrator readings and workshops and more.
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 Club notebook in accessible formats. You can also download the materials from the national TD Summer Reading Club website.
Online French Reading Challenge
The Club is a bilingual! Children who read in French can tell us about what they’ve been reading, and get entered into a draw at the end of the Summer. The Online French Reading Challenge starts on June 13.
There are more ways to enjoy the TD Summer Reading Club in French at clubdelecturetd.ca.
Rod and Tackle Share Program is back
Patrons may borrow the rods and tackle boxes for a 7 day period using their library cards. Patrons are responsible for purchasing their own bait and Ontario Fishing license. Children under 15 years of age must have an adults/guardians permission. Items are to be returned in person to the Library.
For full details on the Bonfield Public Library Rod and Tackle policy, https://www.bonfieldpubliclibrary.ca/policies
In Memory of Aaron Purtell by the Greater Nipissing Stewardship Council and Dowdal Cabinets.