KLQ Canada Virtual Quiz 2021
We are excited to announce a KLQ Virtual Quiz in April 2021! The quiz will look a little different this year, with no winners being announced. Register for KLQ Canada’s virtual quiz and you’ll receive access to a special YouTube link from April 19 to May 21. The quiz will be a full 10 categories of 10 questions each — including a special Canadian literature category. Use it with your book club, certain classes or the whole school! Create teams or have students work on their own. Do the whole quiz over 1 day or spread it out over the month. You don’t need to submit your scores, just have fun!
Registration is $50 per school (plus a $6 admin fee). The Quiz link will be sent to the email you provide on the registration form by April 19, 2021. You’ll be able to use it until May 21.
Pay your registration fee by clicking the button below. Once you submit your payment, you will be redirected to the online registration form.
Thank you to our Sponsors
Kids’ Lit Quiz is grateful for the generosity of bookstores across the country for supplying fantastic prizes and setting up beautiful pop-up bookstores at our heats. Please show your appreciation by visiting the shop nearest you.
Thank you to
and our newest supporter
Books on Beechwood
Thank you to these wonderful authors who came out to support our young readers this year:
- Holly Bodger
- Lee Edward Fodi
- Linda Granfield
- Kate Jaimet
- Stacey Matson
- Gillian O’Reilly
- Jo Rioux
- Jeremy Tankard
- Nancy Vo
We would especially like to thank our two Guest Quizmasters: in Ottawa, Catherine Austen, and in BC, Holman Wang. We couldn’t have done it without you.
Thank you to our amazing sponsors
The Vandewater Charitable Foundation at the Toronto Foundation
A Different Drummer Books
Thank you to our author friends
Kids’ Lit Quiz Canada is grateful to the many wonderful authors who have supported us over the years:
- Catherine Austen (www.catherineausten.com)
- Jane Barclay (www.
- Karen Bass (www.karenbass.ca)
- Holly Bodger (www.hollybodger.com)
- Lisa Dalrymple (www.lisadalrymple.com)
- Melanie Fishbane (www.melaniefishbane.com)
- Melanie Florence (www.malanieflorence.com)
- Lee Edward Fodi (www.leefodi.com/)
- Natale Ghent (www.nataleghent.com)
- Linda Granfield (www.lindagranfield.com)
- Kate Jaimet (www.katejaimet.com)
- Joanne Levy (www.joannlevy.com)
- Stacey Matson (www.staceymatson.com/)
- Jennifer Mook-Sang (www.jennifermooksang.com)
- Gillian O’Reilly (www.annickpress.com/
- Caroline Pignat (www.carolinepignat.com)
- Aimee Reid (www.aimeereidbooks.com)
- Jo Rioux (www.jorioux.com)
- Kevin Sands www.kevinsandsbooks.com
- Richard Scrimger (www.scrimger.ca)
- Alan Silberberg (www.silberbooks.com)
- Ashley Spires (www.ashleyspires.com/)
- Kevin Sylvester (www.kevinsylvester.online)
- Jeremy Tankard (jeremytankard.com/)
- Nancy Vo (http://www.nancyvo.com/)
- Holman Wang (www.jackandholman.com)
- Lori Weber (www.loriweberauthor.wordpress.com)
What is Kids’ Lit Quiz™?
An established international literature competition for 10 – 13 year olds
Team members must be under 14 years of age on the 1st of July.
- Showcasing readers worldwide for 25 years
- Created by Quizmaster Wayne Mills, who writes hundreds of new questions each year
- Over 1000 schools compete in annual tournaments in Australia, Canada, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Singapore, South Africa, United Kingdom and USA
A fun, rewarding experience
- Teams answer 100 questions over 10 categories based on any children’s book published in English
- Students train by reading voraciously, and working on collaboration skills to create the strongest team possible
- Children explore a wide variety of authors and genres
- Regional winners compete in a National Final; the winning team advances to the KLQ World Final
- Prizes are awarded at every level
Why Does Kids’ Lit Quiz™ Matter?
Provides a meaningful activity for middle grade students
- Teachers and parents see their students become part of a global community of readers
- Students are engaged at an age when reading for pleasure tends to fall off due to electronic distractions and more academic reading
- KLQ creates a culture of reading – library traffic increases and readers are celebrated throughout the school
- Readers experience being on a team with coaches, practices, and tournaments
- KLQ attracts all students – roughly 40% of competitors each year are boys
- Studies show that students who read for fun have higher test scores in vocabulary, spelling, and math
Canada hosted the 2017 Kids Lit Quiz™ World Final!
KLQ is exploding in popularity!
- In 2011, Canada held its first quiz… with only 13 teams
- In 2016, 117 teams competed across the country for the chance to represent Canada at the World Final in Auckland, New Zealand
Kids’ Lit Quiz™ Canada is a registered charity, run entirely by volunteers who are dedicated to inspiring youth to become lifelong readers.
Kids’ Lit Quiz™ Canada relies on the generosity of public and private sponsors to help fund our programs across Canada.
Charitable Registration Number 833763287RR0001