November 18, 2017

About Us

Established in July 2006 by Debra Humphreys, Bookoola Ink is an independent Australian owned and operated publishing company. Our aim is to publish exceptional early childhood resources based on the needs our customers. Our latest releases are our Fairy Tale Felt Stories. Available as A4 felt stories, ready to be cut apart and used, include Red Riding Hood, Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Three Little Pigs, Gingerbread Man, and Three Billy Goats Gruff.

Our latest poster releases, Outdoors PosterHealthy Habits Poster Series and Caring for the Environment Poster are our first resources to be released as A3 laminated posters and as digital downloads. All of our posters are now available as digital downloads.

Our Play to Learn Poster Series, is a revision of our original I Love to Play Poster Series. Highlighting the link between play and learning it reflects the Early Years Learning Framework principle: learning through play.

The EYLF Outcomes Poster Series, features the learning outcomes from Belonging, Being & Becoming – The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia. This is a set of 5 laminated A3 posters.  Titles in the EYLF Outcomes Poster set are Identity, My World, Wellbeing, Learner and Communicator.

The I Will Learn Poster Series illustrates to parents the importance of play in developing literacy and numeracy skills. This set of 3 laminated A2 posters features the titles, I Will Learn to Read, I Will Learn to Write and I Will Learn Maths.

The Learning Child Poster Series is our first set of art illustrated posters. This set highlights the significance of play and the importance of reading to children. Posters in this set include, Discover imagine create, Children become readers and Childhood is a journey.

 I Love to Play book was the first resource released under the Bookoola Ink imprint. Designed to explain the role of play in Australian early childhood education programs, I Love to Play uses picture book format and stunning photographs to clearly demonstrate the link between play and learning. This resource supports the Early Years Learning Framework practice ‘planning and implementing learning through play’.