Introduce your child to forest animals in English! Our book helps with this, in which we present 16 species with short texts, talking pictures and multimedia content that can be started with a mobile phone camera.
Our book is both a motivation for learning and a wealth of important information about the characteristics, behaviour and special specimens of forest animals.
Check out the trailer!
The "Brown Bear" 3D augmented reality hologram.
The "Brown Bear" 2D animation AR.
- Head To The Forest!
- Wild Boar
- Red Deer
- European Roe Deer
- Red Foxes
- Grey Wolves
- Brown Bears
- Wild Cats
- Steppe Polecats
- Eastern Hedgehogs
- European Hares
- Red Squirrels
- European Beavers
Age recommended: 4-10
Number of pages: 38 pages
Quality: 4+4 colour printing spiral binding, inside sheet: 190 g offset paper; cover: 295 g GC1 cardboard, B1 and B4 matt coated
Number of AR elements: 16 3D holograms, 16 2D animations
Usage device: mobile phone or tablet
Operating system: min. Android 7.0 / iOS 13.0 Despite meeting these specifications a small percentage of devices may still not have the app working. It is recommended to test the app before purchasing the book.
Required device storage: 250 MB
Internet connection: internet connection is required to download and update the app and the content of the publication (WiFi connection recommended). Once downloaded the publication content is available offline.
Animal book in new interpretation
Our print book and augmented reality videos bring your child closer to the forest animals of our continent.
Each animal species is presented in a pair of pages where, in addition to lots of useful text and visuals, we have included a 3D hologram and a 2D animation starter image. You will need to scan these with your mobile device's camera after opening the AR Books LibrARy app.
Fun and education for children
Our book about forest animals in English is recommended for children aged 4 and over. The talking videos in augmented reality will fascinate little ones, and they'll love flipping through the pictures in the printed book.
For children who can't read yet, turning the book with a parent is a great way to pass the time together. Older ones are already skillfully using the contents of the app and reading the striking texts of the book.
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