4 Tips to get Your Family Reading Together

4 Tips to get Your Family Reading Together

Are you looking for something to do with the kids this summer? Does the objective to get your family reading together seem appealing?

Why not take them to your local library? If you’re visiting for the first time or are looking for something to do with them, check out these to get Your Family Reading Together.

4 Tips to get Your Family Reading Together Are you looking for something to do with the kids this summer?


Read a Book Together

While you’re at the local library with your kids, why not sit down and read a book together.

There are always a bunch of cozy spots in the library to read together. Sit down and read one book or ten.

The library is the perfect place to indulge in some great literature.

Let your Child Explore

Most libraries have a place where kids can explore and play. Let your child spend some time exploring the library.

Libraries are a great place for kids to explore books and use their imagination.

You’re helping your child grow emotionally and physically when you give them the freedom to explore.

4 Tips to get Your Family Reading Together


Ask Questions

A lot of people are shy about asking questions, but don’t be.

The local librarians can answer any questions you may have about a library card or how the book system works.

Asking questions is a great way to learn. Spend some time listening to your librarian and what they can teach you.

Join the TD Summer Reading Program

Specifically, join the TD Summer Reading Club at your local library. It’s as simple as going to your local library to sign up (and it’s never too late!).

Dads, moms, and every other family member can enjoy the TD Summer Reading Club and make it a family event.

Anyone who enjoys reading or is new to reading will enjoy this program, it’s truly something for everyone.

The TD Summer Reading Club has been around for 22 years.

They partner with local organizations to distribute books and encourage a love of reading in children of all ages.

Kids and families need to know the power of reading and what it can do for their lives – Especially during the summer months when children aren’t in school.

150 Recommended Reads

Not sure what to read? The TD Summer Reading Club list will have 75 English and 75 French titles in honour of  Canada’s 150th Birthday.

These lists will be used to engage families just like yours.

Celebrate books and keep making Canada great by signing up for the TD Summer Reading Club.

Check out the TD Summer Reading Club’s top recommended reading list.

A story has the power to inspire!

Attention Parents –  Giveaway for 1 set of 10 Books for the TD Summer Reading Club Books 

Disclosure: I have partnered with YMC and TD Summer Reading Club and have received compensation for this post. All opinions in the post are my own.

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