My Roo Book is an interactive book that gives children the opportunity to dive into their imagination through 8 busy pages of exploration. 

Take My Roo Book on car journeys, camping, or just find a quiet spot in your home to encourage curious, independent play.


My Roo Book focuses on the following skills;

  • Dexterity
  • Fine motor
  • Numeracy
  • Empathy
  • Colour recognition
  • Sensory
  • Pre kindy skills
  • Cognitive thinking
  • Creativity


All our books are hand made in the central coast, NSW. Each book is unique & made with felt, therefore the colours of our pages may vary based on the availability of our fabric. We aim to keep each book's colour themes similar.


UPDATE - We are now making our Roo books as a soft book (no hinged rings). We believe this is more age appropriate & durable.


If you would like a FREE personliased initial tag hung on your book please select the letter you would like above!


Please allow between 3 - 5 days for your book to be handmade with care and love.


This book is recommended  for children aged 2-5.

My Roo Book - Pink

Book Colour
    • Mermaid imagination - mermaids swimming (attached with elasticated string), removable turtle and a treasure chest containing plastic sparkly jewels (Warning - Contains small parts).
    • Poor Bunny - Our bunny is sick so we need to use our medical kit to nurse her better. Our bunny's feet, hands & ears are movable 
    • Medical kit contains 2 x fabric plasters, 1 x fabric medicine bottle, 1 x fabric cream tub, 1 fabric stethoscope & a foldable medical bag
    • Butterfly letters - 3 x fabric letters which open & contain a small piece of paper and 3 x fabric letterboxes 
    • Fruit market - Slide your favourite fruits into your shopping trolley
    • Ice cream parlour - Try to pop the correct coloured pom pom into the correspoinding coloured cone. Use your fabric sprinkles to sprinkle on top!
    • Unicorn - brush, braid or play with your unicorn's rainbow hair
    • Bumble bees - move your bumble bees on to the flowers and pull the string to return them to their own flower