February 15, 2019

2019 Forest Kid and Teen Committees: Applications due April 12, 2019

Do you ♡ reading?
Are you in Grades 4-8 or in high school?
Do you live in Ontario?
Do you want to help choose books that other kids will want to read?

the Ontario Library Association's
Forest of Reading
has a committee for you!

Last year's Forest of Reading Kid and Teen Committees brought readers in Grades 4 through 12 together to talk books and produce exceptional summer reading lists for those readers of the Silver Birch, Red Maple and White Pine reading programs.

This year the Ontario Library Association's Forest of Reading program is again asking students to apply to be on the 2019 Forest Kid Committee and Forest Teen Committee.

Who can apply?
For the Forest Kid Committee: Ontario students in Grades 4-8 (homeschoolers too!)
For the Forest Teen Committee: Ontario high school students

What will you do?
Come together at the Ontario Library Association's offices in Toronto with other readers to select 10-20 titles for a summer reading list. (Check out last year's Kid Committee and Teen Committee reading lists.) It's a full day of talking books, special treats and making new friends. And it's all about the books!

When will we meet?
Tentatively May/June 2019

Applications are due April 12, 2019
Details about the program are found at the OLA website 

Don't miss this great opportunity 
to share your ♡ of Canadian books!

The Forest Kid Committee and Teen Committee were a huge success.
Now it's your chance to become a committee member on the 
2019 Forest Kid Committee or Forest Teen Committee
and help your peers find great books to read.

Apply before the April 12th deadline 
for your chance 
to be part of something great! 

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