I was reading Dog Eat Doug today and Brian linked out to Lookybook.com. This will be a site that I’m going to use very often. You can use the site to look through children’s books before you decide to buy them. Very very cool.

You can sign up for free. Rate books, put them in your bookshelf and even embed them on your blog.

Just click on the book it will move to the right, then click again to open it and then flip through it. The site is a great way to flip through books as you would in a bookstore. I love reading the children’s books before I buy them, who doesn’t? Now you can do it right from your computer screen.

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No Responses to “Lookybook.com”

  1. That is so cool!! Thank you so much for posting that! The blog looks great, by the way! :)

  2. BenSpark says:

    Thanks very much Lisa Marie Mary,
    That was one of the coolest sites I have seen in a while.

  3. Jane Day says:

    Just came across this site: http://www.biguniverse.com/.

    It lets you read hundreds of children’s picture books online and also crate your own (very cool!!).

  4. BenSpark says:

    Thanks Jane, I will definitely get a look into that that site. It will make a great one to review.

  5. emilee says:

    you guys are assholes

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