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To make reading more exciting with kids today. Bookji aims to do this in a contemporary, engaging and safe way. Our social reading platform emphasizes collaboration with peers, emoji integration, and geographical awareness to better captivate young readers with books.
Bookji will help create an environment and culture where students see themselves, their classmates, friends and teachers as readers. The more students see others reading, the more likely they will engage in reading themselves.
Educators are the driving force behind Bookji. We'll help each teacher and librarian be better educators by bringing in-depth insights and analytics into each student's reading behavior and helping each educator keep up with, master, and share what's popular in kids' literature today.
We're just starting out but have big plans. We want to team up with 50 teachers/librarians this fall who share our passion for getting kids excited about reading. If you're interested in Bookji, join our early adopters' program and get free access for use in your classrooms.
We'll appreciate your insights and suggestions. In return, we promise to listen intensely, work tirelessly and build the best kids' reading platform.
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My students felt almost famous today giving feedback about @gobookji to Will Peters. Will was asked for an autograph & got some good feedback on his program. We love Bookji! #librarylife #readingisforeveryone pic.twitter.com/9xs6mJkmXa— Mrs. Casieri (she/her) (@MrsCasieri) February 27, 2023
Had a chance to check out Bookji today and it was fantastic! Hope this makes its way into our school libraries soon. Check it out. @shannonmmiller @lieberrian @cuethelibrarian @JCasaTodd @karenfirst #edtech #edchat #reading #elachat #ISTElib #masscue #nyscate #librariansoftwitter https://t.co/tVNghMvF2N— Michael Drezek (@m_drez) October 19, 2022
Excited to hear @wrpeters talk about @gobookji - @Princeton student inspired by a #childrensliterature course!! #NJASLFall2021 @NJASL #kidlit @MrSchuReads @joycevalenza @Kingoflibrary @donalynbooks @shannonmmiller @MsThomBookitis @Boss_Librarian @LMS_United @LibInfluencers pic.twitter.com/Jx9XYhCgHy— Beth Raff (@Raff5K) December 6, 2021
Hmm. @gobookji has some interesting features. It's sort of like a souped-up reading journal - students can access maps that let them track the locations in their books. And it gives educators a look at kids' reading progress. #njasl21 pic.twitter.com/n0xIFao50E— Steve *It's TAY-tro* Tetreault (@DrTLovesBooks) December 6, 2021