David’s Book of Eating

( 3 Volumes )

After reading this set of books, children can understand the how our body digest food and what food should we eat.
Do you know how many cells, tissues, and organs in your body are involved in the act of eating? They’re all your loyal fans. The number one fan is called “David”, it’s like Doraemon’s pocket, magical and spacious. David takes the children on a journey through the various digestive organs of the body, understanding the process of food digestion in the body, and recognizing the nutrients and flavors that our bodies truly need. This is a fun and relaxing biology lesson about the hu- man body, and the little teacher—David, with big eyes and a big mouth—is the round red stomach inside your body!
Paperback · 17 x24 cm · 288 pages
Age 9-12
Written by Qi Long
Illustrated by Jun Sui

Sun Xiaowu Series

Sun Xiaokong,the disciple of the Monkey King
Take you to the kingdom of science!

In this journey, Sun Xiaowu and his friends lead some children on adventures through the world of science! Together, they search for the key to escape from a locked room in the world of mechanics; funny things that happened in the classroom arouse their curiosity and exploration of thermodynamics; they explore the electromagnetic world with a little ball named Faraday; they enter the mysteries of optics in a world behind the mirror; they launch a biological exploration journey with teachers and classmates…

Paperback · 17 x24 cm

The Mechanics Chamber: 400 pages

The Electromagnetic World: 376 pages

The Biological Adventures: 460 pages

The Chemical Adventures: 580 pages

The Thermal Adventures: 760 pages


Age 9 – 15

The Mechanics Chamber
The Electromagnetic World
The Biological Adventures
The Chemical Adventures
The Thermal Adventures

Sun Xiaowu Series: The Kingdom of the Human Body

Sun Xiaowu – the disciple of the Monkey King, takes you on a unique adventure through the human body!

How many bones does a person have in total? Why is the brain called the “Command Center” of the human body? What functions does the liver have? Where does the food that enters the stomach end up? How is urine produced? What secrets are hidden in the blood?… Let’s follow Sun Xiaowu to explore and find out!
An incredible journey, vivid analogies, comprehensive and detailed knowledge make it easy for children to understand how the human body works.
This book was written by Chinese clinical experts and reviewed by the teacher from Capital Medical University.

Hardcover · 21 x28.5 cm · 224 pages


Age 9 – 15


Written by Dehong Yao
Illustrated by Jun Sui, Ting Wang

The Teeth Warriors’ Family

After reading this book, children can understand the importance of teeth and learn to take care of their teeth. Build a strong foundation for your future health.
“Little Six”, a chubby big white tooth, becomes a tour guide, leading the children to meet a group of white and sturdy warriors in their own mouths – yes, it’s the teeth! They wear white armor all day long, lined up neatly, always ready to fight. What are they fighting for? Eating, of course! This is another work by the author of “David’s Book of Eating”, which allows us to understand the stories that happen every day in the dark oral world and to understand the troubles and joys of teeth! These adorable tooth warriors need to be treated well and cherished by everyone.
Paperback · 17 x24 cm · 240 pages
Age 9-12
Written by Qi Long
Illustrated by Jun Sui