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Journey through the undergrowth with your magic three-color lens (included) and discover over 180 minibeasts from every continent, under the sea, and even from prehistoric times.
Invertebrates make up nearly 97% of life on earth! With your lens in hand, discovermini beast habitats, and learn more about the impressive insects and other creepy crawlies that scuttle and wriggle around the world.
The latest in the bestselling Illumi series, Illumibugsis a hidden-world adventure with a fascinating scientific angle, and the perfect gift for bug spotters 6 years and older.
Innovative illustrations from award-winning design duo Carnovsky make this a natural history like no other, with hundreds of places, plants, and creatures to discover on three layers of detailed artwork.
How many creepy crawlies will you find on your prehistoric journey?
See 3 images in 1 with the eye-boggling Illumi series, featuring magic-lens artwork from creative design duo Carnovsky. Bugs, dinosaurs, animals, the human body, and even ghosts are envisioned like never before in this groundbreaking series. The explosions of color on each page are in fact three distinct layers of illustrations, each exploring a different aspect of a fascinating subject. Use the three-color lens to reveal the hidden details on each one, then read all about the topic on in-depth fact pages. There’s always something new to discover in Illumi!
Milan-based design duo Carnovsky was started by Silvia Quintanilla and Francesco Rugi in 2007. They have gained wide recognition for their RGB project, first displayed in 2010. Their work has been published in magazines around the world, such as Vogue, Wired, Frame, Wallpaper, Elle Decor, and Whitewall. Their wallpaper 'Jungla' won the 2012 Wallpaper Magazine Design Award for Best Wallpaper.
Barbara Taylor has written more than 120 children's books and encyclopedias. She was previously Science Editor at London's Natural History Museum. She has won the American Association of Physics Science Award and the National Literacy Association Wow Award.