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“The Legend of Korra: Enhanced Experience” eBook Available via iTunes

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Nickelodeon has released The Legend of Korra: Enhanced Experience on iTunes. The free eBook contains full information about the first season of the show along with exclusive behind-the-scenes content, sneak previews of material from season 2. The book can only be viewed on an iPad running iOS 5 or later, using iBooks 2 or later.

The Legend of Korra season 1 will premiere in the UK this Sunday, July 7, 2013.

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