List of Booktubers that are Book reviewers on youtube.

Bookworms to Booktubers spread drastically, allowing the bookish people to march over youtube and run the channels exclusively reviewing the books and providing book recommendations. Moreover, the joy of sharing the book’s insights and making others fall in love with books more and more has basked its place on youtube as a book tube. So, lastly, here we are with some list bookish booktubers for you to explore and chill.

P.s: All are alphabetically arranged; we never let down our readers to set in order of sequence.


#1 AdiEtc


AdiEtc; booktubers
AdiEtc

About the channel :

Aditya Lohani, a 12-year-old, reviews books, movies, and games on his channel.

Why do we recommend this?

I loved how he reviews the books on his channel; other than that, some exciting stuff like science experiments watched the eye. Moreover, the video is approximately five minutes.

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#2 BooksAmaze


BooksAmaze
BooksAmaze

No of Subscribers: 38.5K

About the channel :

Avni is a software engineer who has been reviewing books on her channel named BooksAmaze since 2018. Besides this, she also reviews T.V./Web series reviews, Book talks, hauls, etc., for around 6-7 minutes.

Why do we recommend this?

Honesty and simplicity are in the flow of narration that catches the viewer.

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#3 Brown Girl Reading


Brown Girl Reading; booktubers
Brown Girl Reading

No of Subscribers: 12.8K

About the channel :

Brown Girl reading runs the channel where most videos are related to books and honest reviews. However, you also find live discussions, live reading hauls, and other exciting stuff.

Why do we recommend this?

Her reviews are honest and straightforward, and the confidence in her voice feels professional rather than a personally overhyped-up review. Do check her Friday live reads.

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#4 Callibrain


Callibrain
Callibrain

No of Subscribers: 19.8K

About the channel

Callibrain exclusively video reviews the book with visual graphics and, in addition, voiceovers.

Why do we recommend this?

The visual graphics are unique, keep the viewer hooked, and make it easy to follow the narrators.

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#5 Favbookshelf


Favbookshelf; booktubers
Favbookshelf

No of Subscribers: 165

About the channel

Favbookshelf was founded by sisters Manik and Sayee, dedicated to reviewing the books and talking a lot more about the books through various bookish articles, and offers multiple promotions. Moreover, they have an excellent youtube channel with literary videos.

Why do we recommend this?

If you ask me what I liked in this channel, the video follows a proper structure with suitable titles like introduction, the book, Reviews, ratings, etc., with visual graphics. However, this takes a lot of effort and time to execute, and only passionate book lovers can do this, and we loved it.

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#6 Four Minute Books


Four Minute Books
Four Minute Books

No of Subscribers: 7.47K

About the channel

As the title says, this channel gives you a summary of books over 1000 books; in4 minutes, you get a synopsis of each book with three valuable takeaways.

Why do we recommend this?

It’s animated with slide shows and gives a summary; this is useful for those who like visuals while listening to the description.

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#7 Helly


Helly; booktubers
Helly

No of Subscribers: 579 K

About the channel

Helly, a booktuber, comes up with book reviews in her channel and all book recommendation lists around 7 minutes of your time.

Why do we recommend this?

The expression and honest reviews make this channel the best; you can also find affiliated links to buy these books in the caption of each video.

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#8 Indian Booktuber


Indian booktuber
Indian booktuber

No of Subscribers: 77.9K

About the channel

Manpreet started the channel on youtube back in 2015 to review books and highlight Indian authors. Moreover, this vlog will have bookish videos for viewers every Sunday. Lastly, the video length is approximately 8 minutes.

Why do we recommend this?

You find more Indian authors’ book reviews, interesting bookish recommendations, and paid reviews for budding authors promoting the books; adding to this, she has a blog where you can find many reviews.

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#9 Jean Bookishthoughts


Jean Bookishthoughts; booktubers
Jean Bookishthoughts

No of Subscribers: 84.1K

About the channel

Meet Jean Menzies, who reviews books and other helpful stuff on her channel Jean Bookishthoughts. Besides this, she is Ph.D. research in ancient history at The University of Roehampton and has a blog. Lastly, videos are approximate 18-20 minutes.

Why do we recommend this?

She brings energy and enthusiasm to her recommendations and videos, which keeps one hooked to the videos. Other than that, I loved the NANOWRIMO writing sprints and other writing sprints.

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#10 Libro Review


Libro Review
Libro Review

No of Subscribers: 26.1K

About the channel

Anchal runs Libro reviews with bookish videos and recommendations. She also loves to share the lessons learned from the books and is one of the fantastic booktubers.

Why do we recommend this?

I love her reviews and vlogs, like setting the bookish rooms, and found some interesting videos for beginners in reading.

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#11 One Minute Book Review



One Minute Book Review; booktubers

One Minute Book Review

No of Subscribers: 8.02K

About the channel

One Minute Book Review aims at one-minute reviews to give a brief idea for the viewers to read the book or not.

Why do we recommend this?

Okay, this is unique; a review in one minute? for me, it takes hours to jot down my thoughts on the book; however, this channel varies for the viewers.

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#12 Readingwithmerb



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readingwithmerb

No of Subscribers: 116

About the channel

Readingwithmerb provides a recommendation list of the books. However, most of the videos are over 15 minutes.

Why do we recommend this?

Okay, one exciting thing I found in this booktube is one video of the channel running a video sprint that’s up to 4 hours of reading together; this is something we saw as a positive nudge for readers to overcome procrastination.

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#13 Saumya’s Bookstation


Saumya's Bookstation; booktubers
Saumya’s Bookstation

No of Subscribers: 43.2K

About the channel

Sowmya runs this book station for her die-hard love for books. She reviews English and Hindi books with a wide range of genres and is one of the best booktubers.

Why do we recommend this?

The narration is honest and straightforward, giving a brief summary of the book as well as the personal experience of the narrator.

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#14 StoryTime at Awnie’s House


StoryTime at Awnie's House
StoryTime at Awnie’s House

No of Subscribers: 650K

About the channel

Awnie presents StoryTime at Awnie’s House exclusively meant for kids, a read-aloud to bring the children’s literature alive; other than this, she also has kitchen videos to cook exciting stuff for kids.

Why do we recommend this?

What we love is that she reads aloud(of course with voice modulation) the book along with the picture of the book and reviews the book, and gives shout-outs. Lastly, this is a fantastic booktube resource for new booktubers, early educators, parents, and those who love picture books.

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#15 The Book Belle


The Book Belle; booktubers
The Book Belle
 

No of Subscribers: 10.1 K

About the channel

Lucy from London reviews a range of genres and also makes videos on travel and publishing. Lucy’s videos range from 15-20 minutes, sometimes up to 40 minutes.

Why do we recommend this?

Instead of a single book review, you can find one video of recommendation lists, lifestyle videos, and some exciting videos like a personality test to find your favorite book. It is quite helpful for new booktubers.

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Conclusion

Lastly, that’s all for now. Do you have stumbled upon any booktubers? Do comment here; happy reading and hunting for the best booktubers for review.


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