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Toronto Public Library is happy to announce our picks for this year's First and Best titles. This annual list features the best Canadian books of 2021 for children from birth to age five that are not only fun to read but are also the best for building reading readiness skills.... Continue reading
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The first books you share with your child should also be the best! We're pleased to announce our picks for this year's First & Best titles. This annual list features the best Canadian books of 2020 for children from birth to age five that instill a love for reading from... Continue reading
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Today, Toronto Public Library announces the winners of this year’s First & Best titles. The list features the best Canadian books of 2019 for young children that foster a love for reading from an early age. The winning titles were selected by a working group of Toronto Public Library children’s... Continue reading
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On Sunday, March 24, families are invited to StoryJam, a fun day of storytelling events taking place on the first floor of the Toronto Reference Library from 11 am to 4 pm. This free celebration of storytelling is part of the 40th annual 2019 Toronto Storytelling Festival and will feature... Continue reading
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by Katherine J. Today, Toronto Public Library (TPL) reveals the winners of this year’s First and Best List. Each year, a working group of TPL children's staff have the opportunity to review submissions from publishers, and select the top ten books that promote literacy skills and a love of reading... Continue reading
If you liked that, I'm sure you'll enjoy this Scholastic video of Aaron Blabey reading "Thelma the Unicorn":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hkL5O17z52U It's a fun read!
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This Sunday, April 22nd, from 2-3 pm, children ages 6-12 with their parents/caregivers are invited to meet bestselling Australian author Aaron Blabey at a special event taking place at Toronto Reference Library. Presented in partnership with Scholastic and Page & Panel, Blabey, the award-winning author of the popular The Bad... Continue reading
Thanks for your support of this very special event, Little Paper! http://www.littlepaper.com/
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On Sunday, March 25, families are invited to Story Jam, a fun day of storytelling events taking place on the first floor of the Toronto Reference Library from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. This free celebration of storytelling is part of the 2018 Toronto Storytelling Festival and will feature folktales... Continue reading
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Last year’s Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP) Week was a memorable one with over 1,250 people attending 13 special events at Toronto Public Library’s LSP branches. This year’s LSP Week, taking place from October 11th – 22nd, promises to be just as engaging! This year marks the eighth anniversary of LSP... Continue reading
Posted Oct 7, 2016 at New to Canada
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Toronto is one of the most diverse cities in North America and Toronto Public Library does its part to welcome newcomers. One example is the free Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP) program. It offers year round direct help from settlement workers, as well as settlement-related programs, in selected library branches across... Continue reading
Posted Jun 23, 2016 at New to Canada
Thank you for your positive feedback, Rupert!
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It's October and you are invited to celebrate the seventh anniversary of Library Settlement Partnerships (LSP) at Toronto Public Library! The library, along with eight local settlement agencies, is celebrating Library Settlement Partnerships Week with a variety of events at LSP locations. Running from October 13th to 24th and coinciding... Continue reading
Posted Oct 20, 2015 at New to Canada
Thank you for your comment! Bridlewood's current LSP hours are: Tuesday & Wednesday 11:00am-7:00pm, Thursday 10:30am - 7:00pm, Saturday 10:00am - 3:30pm.
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The Library Settlement Partnership (LSP) program is now in its 8th year at the Toronto Public Library and is a valuable resource for newcomers to Canada. Funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC) and partnering with eight Settlement Agencies, the LSP program helps newcomers settle in Toronto by offering free,... Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2015 at New to Canada
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