Let's make reading monstrously fun!
Tookadoo is a fun and easy to use replacement for pen and paper reading logs
Readers log and review their books using the Tookadoo website
Readers earn points and awards to customize their monster profiles
Librarians generate reports with titles, page counts, and summaries

What is Tookadoo?

Tookadoo is a fun way to track your student's reading progress! Students can log their books, earn awards, and customize their profile monster avatars!

Library Community Progress

Reading is better when you're doing it with your friends! Check out trending books, recent activity, and overall library statistics!

Reader Customization

Readers can customize their own monster avatar with the accessories they've earned from meeting certain reading milstones!

Earn Awards

Readers can take on unique reading challenges and earn awards for meeting the required objectives!

What's Happening in Tookadoo?

Students are logging new books every single day with Tookadoo! Check out just how much they've accomplished so far!
16
Joined
Libraries
1,757
Active
Readers
8,810
Books
Logged
2,055,868
Pages
Read

Pricing

We're keeping things simple with plans that give you unlimited book log entries for readers at your library.
Evaluation Plan
Free
Limit of 100 book log entries
Access to Reader Reports
Library Customization
Custom Monster Builder
Public Library and Reader Pages
Basic Plan
$15 per month
Unlimited book log entries
Access to Reader Reports
Library Customization
Custom Monster Builder
Public Library and Reader Pages
Tookadoo makes it easier for me add up how many pages I've read so far!
Alexsis
3rd Grade
The fact that I don't have to look up how many pages were in a particular book or calculate the students' totals makes this a truly must-have app!
Dawn W.
Librarian
I need to read more because I like earning stuff for my monster.
Vihaan
1st Grade
In my district we challenge our students to read a set number of pages. I love how excited the kids get when it's time to log the books they have read for the week.
Megan K.
Teacher