CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW: The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land

*AD – please note we were gifted this book for the purpose of this review

The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land a children's book review

The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land by Lisa Moss and Thomas Bernard

Illustrated by Ayelen Lamas
Children’s Fiction
32 pages
Age range: 4-8 years old

If you follow my blog you will know that gender equality is important to me. One of the things that really stood out to me when I attended the government’s gender equality roadmap was the low uptake of girls in STEM subjects (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) which is something that really needs to change.

I was really interested to review a book designed at doing just that. Full of bright colours and fun illustrations The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land is about a young girl called Lillicorn and her adventures. But all of her adventures are around stem subjects.

An example of a quest inside The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land

The books has 10 separate quests for your child to complete in it. Think, make your own adventure style, with different icons in the book for the different quests. During the quests there are little quizzes and tasks to complete before you can move onto the next stage. At the end of the book are tokens to use for each quest. After each quest is a key for parents so you can see what skills it is helping your child to develop. There is a glossary at the end to help with this too.

Tokens for quests inside the book The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land

This is such a refreshing book. We need more books like this to encourage girls and show them that stem subjects are not just for boys. Did you know only 15% of Engineering graduates are women, 19% for computer science and 38% for maths in the UK. Which is something we really, really need to change. So books like this help, they help to change girl’s mindsets from a young age. To show them these subjects are cool and valid life choices for girls and women. I love how the design of the book makes is accessible too, it cute and colourful like a book they would normally pick up. We need more books like this on our daughter’s bookshelves.


If you have a young daughter this book would make a great addition to her bookshelf. It’s fun, it’s cute and it’s colourful but it’s also about stem and encouraging girls to embrace these subjects. Not only that, it shows parents how they might be able to help develop this at home too.

Rating: 4.5/5

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Aria reading The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land

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The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land Review. A great book to encourage girls into STEM skills. With quests and activities to complete.

42 thoughts on “CHILDREN’S BOOK REVIEW: The Adventures of Lillicorn in WooWoo Land”

  1. Stem is definitely just as important for girls as it is for boys. Thankfully, my girls school is really good. I’m glad there are books out there for younger children though.

  2. Yes, I most certainly do. All children should have the encouragement and opportunity to read STEM books and try STEM activities.

  3. Yes I think they are a great idea and all subjects and career roles should be available to all children regardless of gender and books are a great way to encourage this x

  4. I would love for my daughter to be able to explore more of the STEM subjects, so she has a larger amount of jobs/interests she could be open to and interested in doing in the future.

  5. Definitely 😀 Stem products make great presents for youngsters and would love more choice for my daughter

  6. Would definately love to see more books encouraging girls into STEM subjects great opportunities are out there wish this sort of thing would have been around when i was a child!

  7. Yes, definitely! I have two girls and feel it’s very important that they see being into STEM as the norm for both genders!

  8. Definitely especially as I work for a company that’s business is in that area and I am seeing women making strides in the right direction. Also having a daughter myself.


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