Bookywoo Interview

Step into the world of Bookywoo as we decode the secrets that have propelled them to e-commerce greatness. This exclusive interview provides a glimpse into the strategies and insights that define Bookywoo’s prominence in the ever-evolving digital marketplace. 

1. Can you introduce yourself and Bookywoo?

My name is Lydia, I founded our small company in 2018. At Bookywoo we are passionate about making fun screen alternatives for children that are great for development. We are a family run Australian small business proudly operating from Stanwell Park in NSW.

2. How was Bookywoo born? How did you start?

I made the first Bookywoo quiet book for my daughter Florence when she was two years old.
I wanted to make a quiet book that was really fun and offered multi dimensional stimulation for a growing brain. As a designer and the daughter of 2 primary school teachers I am passionate about providing practical skills opportunities in a way that is really fun and engaging.

3. What makes Bookywoo different? Can you explain your products with details?

There are a few fine motor skills activities available to buy but I found many of them clunky, dated and often not as robust as I wanted. I wanted something packed full of variety that could be easily transported and tough enough to withstand repeated toddler treatment.

4. What reactions do you get from your clients? Do they love your products?

We have had an amazing response to our products from our customers. I think that people have really connected with our designs as something that is good for development and as something a bit different to give as a gift.

5. What are the advantages of Bookywoo?

Providing tactile activities is a wonderful way to stimulate kids senses, accelerate their learning and encourage perseverance.
Bookywoo Quiet Book Benefits:
Creative play
Attention span and focus
Develop fine motor skills
Encourage problem solving
Enhance creative thinking
Introduce pre-reading skills
Utilise Finger isolation
Hand eye co-ordination
Reach and grasp development
Hand manipulation
Develop Life skills



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