At TokoBooks, we feel that everyone holds the magic within themselves to create a truly fulfilling and rewarding life. And so it is through our stories that we hope to convey ideas of an uplifting, optimistic, and inspirational nature—ideas to help awaken the magic within us.


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Samuel Oliver's Playground
Just like most children, Samuel Oliver uses his imagination when he plays. He travels to a mysterious forest, creates adventures with pirates, and gets stranded in a desert—all without ever leaving the playground. But he finds himself always alone.

With the help of his one and only friend, Jeremy, he soon discovers how to use his imagination for even more.

For those familiar with "The Law of Attraction", Samuel Oliver's Playground is a nice introduction of the concept to children. For those not, it's a wonderful, inspirational story about being yourself, using your imagination, and making friends.

Toko of Coco Oko
Even on a tiny island it can be difficult to find one’s passions in life. Toko soon discovers this as he sets out to make a place for himself amongst his fellow Coco Okoans. With the help of The Great Coconut, will Toko find his way?
Have you ever asked yourself something like this? “What is the best thing that I can do for the highest good of myself, people everywhere, and this world in which I live?” This delightful children’s picture book suggests that the answer is nowhere outside of us.
With its colorful illustrations and simple, yet engaging narrative, Toko of Coco Oko encourages us to uncover the passions already within us and live them.


Andy & Elmer's Apple Dumpling Adventure
TokoBooks has teamed up with the Rotary Club of Fairborn, Ohio to create this wonderful literacy project. It is centered around a children's picture book designed to promote the Four-Way Test, which is a set of tenets adopted by Rotary Clubs around the world.
The project has been implemented by Rotary Clubs across the U.S. and beyond. And many clubs have made Andy & Elmer their annual literacy project. There are a number of ways in which it can be executed, but it has most often been taken into elementary schools and libraries.
Although the project is primarily carried out through Rotary Clubs, it can be adopted by anyone.
In additon to the project, individual copies of the books are also available for purchase.