The company introduced the service in beta last November, and at that time it was only available as a browser-based tool. The platform includes more than 300 children’s eBooks, which are organized by age and reading level. When a reader completes a book, the app suggests additional reads. It keeps track of the user’s progress, so that parents can keep track of their child’s reading levels.
PaidContent.org has more: “Bookboard announced new publishing partnerships with Peachtree Press and Open Road — which means that titles like the Berenstain Bears and the Boxcar Children are now available. Bookboard was already working with Charlesbridge, Orca, Twin Sisters, Illumination Arts and Bubblegum Books.”
The company has also announced a pricing model. The service costs $4.99 a month for a six month subscription, or $8.99 a month for a basic monthly plan, which includes access to Bookboard’s entire library of eBooks and audiobooks.