Bookelicious is the perfect classroom tool for fostering a love of reading among your students. We make it easy for your students to find books they love while giving you tools, resources, and access to free virtual training to help you create a classroom culture that values literacy and helps all students succeed.
When teachers implement Bookelicious in their classroom through Google Classroom, Clever, or Classlink, they get access to a robust teacher dashboard that lets them track reading progress, assign writing prompts, have access to exclusive book recommendations, and more.
Students have full control of their Bookelicious world from their student dashboard. They can track progress in their books, rate and review their favorite (and least favorite reads), add items to their wishlist to find later, respond to writing prompts, and more.
Every year, Bookelicious partners with renowned literacy experts such as the Bring Me a Book Foundation, JoEllen McCarthy, Jennifer LaGarde, and more to put together a schedule of free, online events that address a wide variety of literacy needs. These events cover everything from how to run classroom book clubs to new book recommendations to how to strengthen the home-school reading connection.
At our heart, we are a children’s bookseller. We are passionate about ensuring that all students have access to new, exciting books that they want to read. To that end, we offer a variety of options from full library revamps to smaller book bundles that address specific topics and needs.
We offer a variety of 10-, 20-, and 30-book collections that can be used as bite-sized revamps on specific topics important to educators. We currently offer collections on kindness and empathy, Latín heritage, and books that are Spanish/bi-lingual.
Our curators have created a wide variety of book collections that you can pick and choose from to give students exciting book options in the classroom and library. We can use your students Bookmoji data to select a variety of books for your classroom that will appeal to your students.