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Aviva Reed is an illustrator and visual ecologist.

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Zobi and the Zoox 2014 single work picture book children's

With her home under threat from a warming ocean, Zobi, a brave rhizobia bacterium, teams up with a family of slow but steady Zoox (zooxanthellae). The coral becomes gravely ill and bacteria around them begin to starve. Can Zobi and the Zoox work together to save the day?

This book is about a symbiotic relationship. It tells the story of the microscopic friends living in a tiny coral polyp. (Source: Back cover)

2015 shortlisted The Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature Picture Books
2015 winner The Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children's Literature Puggle Award - Picture Book
2015 shortlisted Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards Eight to 10 Years
The Squid, the Vibrio & the Moon 2013 single work picture book children's

'This book is about a symobiotic relationship. It tells the story of a Bobtail squid and the bacteria that help it glow in the moonlight.

First we meet Ali, an intrepid Vibrio fischerie bacterium determined to reach safety. Then we meet Sepio, a baby Bobtail squid who is still unable to glow. His dark shape is too obvious in the moonlit water and all kinds of predators lurk nearby. Can Ali and Sepio help each other? What kind of dangers do they face? What can we learn from their adventure?' (Source: Back cover)

2015 Bronze Independent Publisher Book Awards (e-Book Categories) Best Children's Illustrated e-Book
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