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iExplore - Ocean Monsters

By: Nicola Davies(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
iExplore - Ocean Monsters
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iExplore: Ocean Monsters is packed with fascinating information about the biggest, fiercest and strangest sea creatures, and is sure to inspire a sense of wonder and awe in nature. This book also brilliantly harnesses the wonders of augmented reality to explore the world's mysterious seas. Children can interact with dynamic sea creatures from the convenience of a tablet or smartphone.

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Nicola Davies trained as a zoologist at Kings College Cambridge. She worked as an assistant producer and writer for the BBC Natural History Unit, for whom she presented The Really Wild Show, before becoming an award-winning author. Nicola's books include Tiny: The Invisible World of Microbes, A First Book of Nature and Ice Bear, which won the English Society Award for young non-fiction.

By: Nicola Davies(Author)
32 pages, colour illustrations
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