New Collection

Human Body Collection

A simple overview of the human body, what it’s made of, and how things work.
Fun characters, brightly colored illustrations, and silly rhymes can all make learning about the human body more enjoyable (and less frightening).
All available on Booka.

Life On Us

Delve into the deep and dark forests of the scalp, or the toxic swamps of the gut, and learn about the creatures that live in and on this amazing habitat we call the human body. Learn about the helpful bacteria, the family of mites or fungal infection on the toes as our daring documentary team discover everything about life on us.

Under Your Skin

Meet Seymour: your super-smart tour guide, here to take you for a closer look at what’s under your skin!
Let Seymour introduce you to your own insides: your brilliant bones, super cells, mighty muscles and beautiful blood as, together, you explore the inner workings of the human body: possibly the most amazing machine ever made!


My Body, Your Body

People come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. This series talks about all the ways in which our bodies are different and wonderful. Each book features an inclusive selection of people from all walks of life.


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Top Picks

Top Picks For Your Kids

Every month we collect the top of the best and most popular books among our readers.
These books will guarantee to keep any child engaged with reading.

Why Do I Wear A Mask?

Author: Madeline Tyler
Subject: Science
Series: Why Do I…?

Have you ever wondered why we wear masks?
What makes us cough and sneeze?
How do masks help stop you getting sick?
Wearing masks is important – read this book to find out why!


How To Hug A Cactus

Author: Emily S Smith
Illustrator: Aleksandra Szmidt
Subject: Emotions

A young girl explores the possibilities of hugging her
most favourite plant, a cactus. With a little help from
her family members and a gardening guru, she tries a
number of solutions to help solve her prickly problem,
all with varying degrees of success.

There’s a Shark in the Loo

Author: Sharon Boyce
Illustrator: Suzanne Hughton
Subject: Problem Solving

Shark in the Loo is a laugh out loud story about a cheeky Shark who shows up unexpectedly in the bathroom on birthday party day.
Mum, Dad and the party girl herself try all sorts of crazy ways to clear the house before the party guests arrive, and of course all their attempts are unsuccessful. In the end, the family must accept the additional party guest, who turns out to be a larger than usual extra mouth to feed.


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New Books on Booka

What’s New On Booka?

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Every week, we add a selection of incredible new books to our ever-growing library!
Some of these engaging stories will bring natural history to life, others will help to learn about parts of the body, and our similarities and differences.
Check out some of the newest books on Booka!

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Go Exploring! Asia

Author: Steffi Cavell-Clarke
Subject: Geography
Series: Go Exploring!
Continents and Oceans

Explore the world’s seven continents and five oceans in this fantastic, globetrotting series. Each book discovers one of the world’s continents and its surrounding oceans via detailed maps, engaging imagery and age-appropriate text. Readers will be able to identify the location, countries, landscape, climate and wildlife of each continent.

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Opposites!

Author: Emilie Dufresne
Subject: Science
Series: Opposites!

Beginner readers can discover opposites in their world with this colourful and interesting series. Adults can engage their young readers with pictures and questions as they explore the differences between things around them.

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Under Your Skin

Author: John Wood
Subject: Science
Series: Under Your Skin

Meet Seymour Skinless: your skeletal tour guide, here to take you for a closer look at what’s under your skin!
Let Seymour introduce you to your own insides: your brilliant bones, super cells, mighty muscles and beautiful blood as, together, you explore the inner workings of the human body: possibly the most amazing machine ever made!


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