Description is a kid-centric social network and book discovery tool that lets students connect with peers to share their love of reading. It’s like Goodreads for kids with built in teacher tools. Educators use Bookopolis to build a community of engaged readers and writers in their classroom. Students practice opinion writing through book reviews, comprehension and critical thinking through leveled book reports, and track daily reading with comments in an online reading log. Educators can easily monitor and comment on students’ written work.

Do your students need help finding their next favorite book? Try BookQuest, an interactive book discovery tool in Bookopolis where students choose their own book path to find customized recommendations that fit their reading level, style, and genre preferences. Or, let them explore curated book lists like “Readers Also Liked” or Kid Picks by grade and genre.


Plan Price Details
Bookopolis Free Free for use.


January 11, 2016

Kids love to read. Some kids REALLY like to read. Most teachers want to, at least, encourage students to read more. Satisfying your desire to encourage kids to read and keeping the current readers happy is better done if a system is in place. ┬áSomething that helps keep things organized offers suggestions and gives kids a way to articulate their views on various books. Bookopolis appears to do just that. Bookopolis is a web based tool where teachers and students can browse through a list of…

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December 10, 2014

This is a great way for kids to learn about books from their friends