With our book recommendations, we want to help you spark a conversation that leads children to discover STEM in their everyday lives. Have the courage to go beyond the obvious STEM connections and embrace all questions that may come out of your discussion with the children.

Little platypus book cover

Little platypus

A small glossy creature tries to find out where he belongs. He’s not a kookaburra, a koala, an emu, a wombat or a frog. What is he?

Moonwalkers book cover


The story of how the Moon landing inspired some creative play and imaginary space travel.

Into the wild book cover

Into the wild

The joys of a child exploring nature and being fascinated by all his beautiful finds is the perfect starting point for going on a nature adventure with the children.

Kookoo Kookaburra

This Indigenous morality tale with its vibrant illustrations is a great starting point for observations and talking about scientific language.

Book cover: Alexander's Outing - Ducks walking in a line

Alexander’s outing

The story of the little duck stuck at the bottom of a hole opens up many possible STEM explorations, including problem-solving tasks and engineering challenges.

Many Moons book cover

Many Moons

Learn about the phases of the Moon through bold illustrations that compare the different shapes of the Moon to everyday objects.

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