1st Feb, 2023
There's a 70% chance that Minecraft is playing right now if you have kids. Stampy Cat, a.k.a. Stampy Cat, is one of the most beloved video games in the world. Joseph Garrett, the cheerful creator of a Minecraft video empire. Stampy is a YouTube account that kids love to watch play Minecraft. You don't have to be worried if you've ever heard a British man shout "HELLO!" from the room of your child. They're only watching a Stampy video.
Stampy Cat's first book, Stampy's Lovely, was released in January 2016. It was a celebration for his millions and showed that even though Minecraft is all digital, it has a growing presence within the publishing world. Stampy Cat returns with Stick with Stampy, his second book. It is filled with jokes and activities for anyone who wants to continue having fun with Stampy or Minecraft. We created this quick guide to the vast world of Minecraft books, keeping in mind the game's popularity.
by Mojang AB
Every kid who has ever been to a school fair knows about the many Minecraft guidebooks. The Minecraft guides that provide great introductions to the game and are officially approved by Mojang, the game publisher, are the best. The Guide to Exploration is one such guide to keep an eye out for. This book offers great tips for exploring the Minecraft world and is essential if you want to be a successful player.
Minecraft: The Survivalists' Book Of Secrets
by Stephanie Milton
The Survivors are a secret group of Minecraft experts. They are a group of Minecraft experts who have survived the game since Alpha. Their book, The Survivors' Book of Secrets, is their collective knowledge of Survival mode. This handy survival guide, which is pocket-sized, contains tips on how to build a strong base and defeat crazy mobs. It's a great gift idea for kids just starting out in Minecraft. It could save their (Minecraft's) life!
Minecraft Exploded Buildings: Medieval Fortress
by Craig Jelley
Any child can now be the king of the castle! This guide will help players design and build their castle, from the turrets to the throne rooms and down to the dungeons. The "exploded" diagrams help readers see how the blocks fit together and where they go in their order. The book offers suggestions on how to customize your castle, which is great for kids who love to build but have trouble coming up with their own ideas. This book is also filled with fun facts about medieval times.
by Alex Wiltshire
Minecraft: Blockopedia by Alex Wiltshire is a huge encyclopedia about all things Mojang. It's a hexagonal format that perfectly reflects the classic Minecraft aesthetic.
by Mark Cheverton
Minecraft's mythology is one of its most interesting aspects. There are many legends, quests, rumors, and stories about Nether portals and zombie pigmen. Invasion of the Overworld is a fan-fiction that tells the story of a Minecraft gamer who was transported to the Minecraft world. It has become a New York Times bestseller.
Diary of a Minecraft Zombie
by Herobrine Books
There are many great online Minecraft stories, but the number of "unofficial" Minecraft stories is increasing every day. The hilariously titled Diary of a Minecraft Zombie should appeal to all Minecraft enthusiasts with a sense of humor, an appreciation for Jeff Kinney's Wimpy Kid novels, and a love of Minecraft.
by Linus Larsson and Daniel Goldberg
This engaging story about the creation of Minecraft is a great way to bring your child's love for Minecraft into the "real world". You never know! Perhaps hearing about Markus Persson's indie game turned into a worldwide phenomenon could inspire them to start their own gaming empire.
Amazing Minecraft Activity Book
You can also give your child the Amazing Minecraft Activity Book if they want to do more with their hands then work a controller.
by David Macaulay
But what if you are sick of Minecraft? What if you are a parent who wants to introduce your child a book?
David Macaulay's works may be a good starting point. MacArthur's genius is perhaps best known for his creation of the Way Things Work books. Macaulay's visually stunning nonfiction books do a remarkable job of explaining and celebrating creativity. Macaulay's Building Big is a celebration of the hard work it takes to build really, really large structures.
Iggy Peck, Architect
by Andrea Beaty. Illustration by David Roberts
If you are looking for something more narrative, Minecraft fans younger than 8 will love this picture book. It features a young boy named "Title" who refuses to be beaten by his teacher and his passion for all things architectural. (Beaty Roberts followed it with the equally wonderful Rosie Revere Engineer.
The Tapper Twins Go To War (With Each Others)
by Geoff Rodkey
Middle-grade readers will understand the anxiety behind this volume in the Tapper Twins series. In it, a conflict between siblings Claudia and Reese reaches into the realms of gaming when Claudia decides that she wants to play with Reese's digital kingdom in MetaWorld. This is a clear Minecraft parallel. (Not cool, Claudia. Not cool.
In Real Life
illustrated by Jen Wang, by Cory Doctorow
Teen Minecraft enthusiasts will find a lot to identify with in this captivating graphic novel, a story that follows teenaged Anda as she discovers a lot about herself, different cultures, economic inequalities, and the awkward realities of life via the time she spends in her cherished massively-multiplayer role playing game.