Brampton Library has a book club for everyone this summer. Whether you’re at The Gruffalo level or War and Peace level, you’ll find a good place to chat about books with other Bramptonians.

There’s just one catch: you need a library card, but if you don’t have one you can apply at a branch or online.

Here are the options in store for you!


Adult Reading Program

This online program is for those age 19 and up. You earn points as you read, and the more points you earn, the more chances you have to win prizes at the Book Bash–the cool in-person party at the end of the program.

Anything you read (including audiobooks and ebooks) on or after June 5, 2017 counts toward your point total.

Teen Summer Reading Club

This club is also online and fully interactive. Similar to the adult program, participants can earn points for a chance to win prizes. These activities include reading (naturally) but also going to events at the library, doing things within the community, and more. Prizes include chances to win prizes including Bramalea City Centre gift cards, a FitBit Flex, a Fuji Instax Mini 8 Camera, and an Arduino Starter Kit.

TD Summer Reading Clubs

There are also online reading clubs sponsored by TD, and the TD Summer Reading Club website has lots to do for kids as well, with activities like writing stories, reading online books, and much more.

The two levels of the TD Summer Reading Club are the 0-5 age group and the 6-12 age group.


You can register and get all the info you need for any of these groups on the Brampton Library website.

 

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