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Forest of Reading News



Introducing the Forest of Reading's Newest Tree: the Yellow Cedar Award!

We are excited to announce a new addition to the Forest of Reading!

We are consolidating our two school-aged non-fiction programs, the Silver Birch Non-Fiction Award and the Red Maple Non-Fiction Award, into one award program - the Yellow Cedar Award!

 Details of the new award programs are as follows:
A curated list of 10 non-fiction titles
The list will targeted for Grade 5-8 (Silver Birch Express does have 5 Non-Fiction titles as part of their list geared at Grade 3-4 or the reluctant reader in grade 5-6).
This Award will be given at the annual Festival of Trees in Toronto every May.
The nominated titles will be announced with the other school-aged programs in October.
This award will replace the Silver Birch Non-Fiction and Red Maple Non-Fiction lists.

 More details will be announced over the summer.




Save the Date for the 2019-2020 Program Year!

Registration Opens: October 1, 2019
Nominated Titles for the School-Aged Programs Announcement: October 15, 2019
 Toronto Festival of Trees 2020: May 12, 13, and 14, 2020




Announcing the 2019 Kid Committee Summer Reading List!

See what readers should be reading this summer - as chosen by readers themselves!




Congratulations to This Year's Forest of Reading Award Winners!

The winners of the Forest of Reading Awards were announced during the Toronto Festival of Trees on May 14, 15, and 16, 2019.

Download the full list of winners!
English | French





Download the 2019 Teen Committee Summer Reading List!

See what high school readers should be reading this summer - as chosen by teens themselves!


Planning Your Fundraisers for the Upcoming School Year?

Why not do something that raises money for the I Read Canadian Fund? Canadian kids deserve access to new, Canadian book and you can make that happen!

Learn more on how you can help here on the I Read Canadian Fund website.