**Travel Rangers: Mission to Australia is now an award-winning book! It won in two categories: Children’s – Action & Adventure and Children’s – Diversity & Multicultural**
Do your kids love exploring new places and getting lost in their imagination? Do they enjoy cool technology? Then your kids will love this book. Picture books about Australia have never been so fun!
Travel Rangers: Mission to Australia is the first book in the Travel Rangers series, taking adventurous readers on a mission through Australia, where they will swim in the Great Barrier reef, climb the iconic Sydney Harbour bridge, meet some new animals, and even learn some fun Australian words and phrases.
what is augmented reality (3D) technology
Not only will kids enjoy learning about Australia, but augmented reality (AR) technology brings the book to life so everyone reading can truly experience Australia. All you have to do is download a free app and scan the QR code on the bottom of select pages. Then, be in awe as a digital pop-up of both 3D creations and real-life video footage brings the book to life so readers can fully experience what they are reading. Your kids won’t want to miss this adventure! Scroll down to see the actual AR from one of the pages in the bookor go to YouTube to see AR from more pages in the book.
Who will enjoy this book?
Perfect for kids ages 4-9 years old who are ready to become Travel Rangers with Kayden, Bella, James, and Hannah and uncover the many wonders of Australia with each page they turn. Created to teach kids about other cultures and countries, this series is both parent- and teacher-approved with a healthy dose of learning and cultural immersion amidst equal parts of fun. Teachers will especially love the included lesson plans!
Order your book signed by the author today and experience the adventure of a lifetime, one mission at a time!
John Kelley (verified owner) –
This book is amazing, younger children will love it. Mine are 14, 8 and 4. The 14 year old loves AR technology and said “it’s cool” before leaving to go play video games, but the other to have added this to our nightly routine for bedtime stories. The lessons learned have already stuck with them, they constantly talk about things other cultures call every day items here in the U.S.
I recommend this book for anyone wanting to create more “fun” in reading books. The app is free and works very easily. This will transform the time you’re spending with your kids.