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Teachers & Community

How It Works

How it works

The Book Bank hosts free programs for children in our spaces, including Storytimes for Students, for children ages 0-12 . Each class has a 45-minute visit where children are read an age-appropriate selection of stories by one of our experienced volunteers and then given time to choose a book to take home to keep. Click on the booking links below to book a trip, or email kaushika.nayyar@childrensbookbank.com for more information.

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Hours and Locations

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To Book at Regent Park

To Book at Sherbourne

FAQ

I’m a teacher but can’t get to the Book Bank - what should I do?

We are happy to provide boxes of books to teachers who cannot book a visit to our location, as well as social service organizations that could benefit from books as part of their programming. Contact Dave Page, our Director of Inventory, Outreach, and Community Partnerships, to learn more about getting books for your program (outreach@childrensbookbank.com). Please include the name of your organization, the number of books you’re looking for, age ranges, and where the books will be going.

I represent a community organization and would like free books - what should I do?

The Book Bank provides boxes of books to Toronto organizations that are far away from our spaces, such as schools, food banks, EarlyON Centres, and other social services, for use in their own programs. If you would like to receive books for your community program, email Dave Page, Director of Inventory, Outreach, and Community Partnerships (outreach@childrensbookbank.comand provide the information outlined in the above question.

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