Welcome to PEPL's Summer Reading Club!
What is the Summer Reading Club?
The PEPL Summer Reading Club is part of the TD Summer Reading Club, Canada’s biggest, summer reading program for kids of all ages, all interests, and all abilities. This free program is co-created and delivered by more than 2,000 public libraries across Canada.
The Summer Reading Club is designed to inspire kids to explore the fun of reading their way – the key to building a lifelong love of reading. Participants can explore recommended reading list; track their own reading; join in activities, and connect with other readers in their community. Plus every book read is another chance to win cool prizes!
How it works:
- Download a Summer Reading Guide or ask for one at the circulation desk
- Read. Read. Read!
- Complete your Adventure log (for participants 12 and under)
- Attend programs - See calendar for details
- Earn Ballots that will go into our Summer Reading Club Prizes draw
- Hand in all ballots before Sept 5 2022
- Prize winners will be contacted following the draw on Sept. 6 2022,
Summer Reading Guide - PDF
Book Tracking Sheets - PDF
Summer Calendar - PDF
Who can participate? The Summer Reading Club is open to everyone no matter your age! Only children 12 and under can earn extra ballots through the Adventure Log and Program Events but readers of any age can enter the prize draw. 1 book = 1 ballot towards a prize.
What are the prizes? There are 3 unique prizes. Stop by the library to see what they are!
When is it over? The Summer Reading Club runs from July 4 until September 5th 2022. This means that you must have all your ballots handed into the Library's circulation desk by 5pm September 5th 2022 for them to be entered into the prize draw
How will I know if I win one of the prize baskets? The Prize Draw will take place on September 6, 2022, and the winners will be contacted via phone number. We will also announce the winners on our social media pages and website so watch there.
Can I count my reading in my Logbook and on my tracking sheet? Yes! If you complete a book as part of a Logbook challenge mark it off in your Logbook but ALSO write it down on your Reading Tracker.