The TD Canadian Children's Literature Award is an annual Canadian literary award, presented to the year's best work of children's literature. Sponsored by TD Bank Financial Group and the Canadian Children's Book Centre, the award carries a monetary prize of $30,000. On September 11th, 2018 it was announced that the monetary prize was increased from $30,000 to $50,000.
Two awards are presented annually, one each for English language and French language works. The award is one of several presented by the Canadian Children's Book Centre each year; others include the Norma Fleck Award for Canadian Children’s Non-Fiction, the Geoffrey Bilson Award for Historical Fiction for Young People and the Marilyn Baillie Picture Book Award.
- 2005 - Marthe Jocelyn, Mable Riley: A Reliable Record of Humdrum
- 2006 - Pamela Porter, The Crazy Man
- 2007 - Sarah Ellis, Odd Man Out
- 2008 - Christopher Paul Curtis, Elijah of Buxton
- 2009 - Nicola I. Campbell and Kim LaFave, Shin-chi's Canoe
- 2010 - Arthur Slade, The Hunchback Assignments
- 2011 - Erin Bow, Plain Kate
- 2012 - Trilby Kent, Stones for My Father
- 2013 - Polly Horvath, One Year in Coal Harbour
- 2014 - Kathy Stinson, The Man with the Violin
- 2015 - Jonathan Auxier, The Night Gardener
- 2016 - Melanie Florence & François Thisdale, Missing Nimâmâ
- 2017 - Jan Thornhill, The Tragic Tale of the Great Auk
- 2018 - Joanne Schwartz (writer) and Sydney Smith (illustrator), Town is by the Sea
- 2019 - Heather Smith, Ebb and Flow
- 2020 - Julie Flett, Birdsong, published by Greystone Books
- 2005 - François Barcelo and Anne Villeneuve, Le nul et la chipie
- 2006 - François Gravel and Pierre Pratt, David et le salon funéraire
- 2007 - André Leblanc, L'envers de la chanson : des enfants au travail 1850-1950
- 2008 - Gilles Vigneault and Stéphane Jorisch, Un cadeau pour Sophie
- 2009 - Anne Villeneuve, Chère Traudi
- 2010 - Mélanie Tellier and Melinda Josie, Le géranium
- 2011 - Linda Amyot, La fille d'en face
- 2012 - Mario Brassard and Suana Verelst, La saison des pluies
- 2013 - Michel Noël, À la recherche du bout du monde
- 2014 - Andrée Poulin, La plus grosse poutine du monde
- 2015 - Marianne Dubuc, L'autobus
- 2016 - Jacques Goldstyn, L'arbragan
- 2017 - Larry Tremblay and Guillaume Perreault, Même pas vrai
- 2018 - Marianne Dubuc, Le chemin de la montagne
- 2019 - Stéphanie Boulay, Anatole qui ne séchait jamais
- 2020 - Jacques Goldstyen, L’étoiles
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