Hot New Release Coming Shortly

Hot New Release Coming Shortly

I am proud to announce that we have a hot new children’s book coming out shortly – Maya & Filippo Look for Whales. This time Maya and Filippo visit Ketchikan in Alaska. They go to the Totem Pole Park and learn about the Salmon Chief. They explore Creek Street and watch salmon run upstream. But all Maya wants is to see a whale. The kids find an unusual way to try to make her dream come true. But will it work?

The reviews already started coming in and we received Five Stars from Readers’ Favorite for the fourth time in a row. Mr. Nassozi explains why:

Maya and Filippo Look for Whales by Alinka Rutkowska is another story in the adventures of Maya and Filippo as they travel around the world with their parents aboard the beautiful ship, the Fun Princess. This time, the kids travel to Ketchikan, a port in Alaska. As usual, the spirited kids are ready for adventure and their first stop is a Saxman Native Village that is beautiful beyond anything they have ever seen. The tour guide shows them many amazing features and tells them interesting legends of Alaska. The kids, however, really want to see whales and while they listened to the tales from the tour guide, they learned a very important lesson about the power of positive thinking. 

Maya and Filippo Look for Whales is another amazing story in the adventures of Maya and Filippo and once again Alinka Rutkowska delivers another incredible book for kids that is both fun to read and very educational. The vivid illustrations will keep kids focused while he/she reads the story and takes in the message at the centre of it all. The writing style is very simple and child-friendly, and the story is very interesting, as are all the previous stories in the Maya and Filippo series. It is an easy and fun way to teach your kid about important values and qualities. Alinka Rutkowska’s incredible writing skills come out in the way the book teaches very important life values and lessons, but in a way that is very easy for the kids relate to and comprehend.

Rating: 5.0 stars. Reviewed by Faridah Nassozi for Readers‘ Favorite

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