Build a Love of Reading and Learning with Paired Fiction and Nonfiction—Online!

BookFlix is an engaging online literacy resource that pairs classic fictional video storybooks from Weston Woods with related nonfiction eBooks from Scholastic.

With colorful animation, rich audio, and interactive games, BookFlix will engage every student in your classroom or library. BookFlix reinforces core reading skills and introduces children to a world of knowledge and exploration.

BookFlix is perfect for use in the classroom, school library, or public library. And with remote access, children can also use the program at home or anywhere there is an Internet connection!

BookFlix is perfect for use with early readers, English Language Learners, and reluctant readers!

Watch, Read, and Learn!

BookFlix delivers high-interest, interactive content to engage young readers:

  • 115 fiction-nonfiction pairs

  • Spanish language versions of 33 pairs

  • Interactive educational games

  • Narrated definitions and text

  • Educator resources, including lesson plans and correlations

Watch the Story!

BookFlix engages young readers with award-winning, animated versions of classic books like Where the Wild Things Are and Bear Snores On. These are the stories children love and will enjoy reading again and again.

Video adaptations of classic children’s books will motivate beginning, reluctant, and limited English-proficient students to read.

Read Along Feature

With the powerful Read Along feature, each word is highlighted on the screen as it is narrated in the video, reinforcing early reading skills including fluency, vocabulary, and reading comprehension.

BookFlix offers 30+ fiction–nonfiction pairs with Spanish translations, which are ideal for use with English Language Learners or in dual immersion classrooms.

Read The Book!

Paired with each video storybook is a related nonfiction eBook. Children can read each nonfiction eBook independently or read along as each word is highlighted on the screen. These nonfiction eBooks introduce real-world facts, building content-area knowledge, and a curiosity about the world.

Interactive eBooks engage students with high-interest topics ranging from animals and nature to famous people and places so students learn to read for information.


Interactive educational activities

Interactive educational activities reinforce reading skills including vocabulary, reading comprehension, and recognizing the difference between fact and fiction.

Narrated text helps early readers, reluctant readers, and English Language Learners connect the spoken and written word.

Extend and Reinforce Learning!

For each fiction-nonfiction pair, BookFlix features additional activities and resources that are informative and fun!

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