Alaska Collection

We are delighted to announce that the following titles will be published in April 2014, just in time for the Alaska cruise ship season.

Maya & Filippo Look for Whales

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?

Maya & Filippo Look for Whales

Whale Watching Coloring Book

We are proud to announce that we are now launching a new line of Maya & Filippo products – coloring books! The first one is the “Whale Watching Coloring Book,” a companion for “Maya & Filippo Look for Whales.”

Whale Watching Coloring BookMaya & Filippo Visit a Glacier

The ship takes the kids to Juneau. Maya and Filippo see Mendenhall Glacier and learn about melting ice, bears, fish and flowers. They discover how feeling grateful brings wonderful things into their lives and they are in for a big surprise!

Maya & Filippo Visit a Glacier

It’s companion coloring book will be entitled Alaska Coloring Book.

Alaska Coloring Book

Maya & Filippo Separate in Skagway

The children explore Skagway. Maya takes a ride on a train. Filippo goes to the playground but the day does not go his way. Finally the kids’ paths cross and the family goes together for a hike in the forest but they are not the only ones on the trail! Maya and Filippo observe how things change depending on what they focus on.

Maya & Filippo Separate in Skagway

Maya & Filippo Talk Business in Seattle

Maya and Filippo go on a tour of Seattle. They visit the Pike Place Market and go up the Space Needle. They talk to local fishmongers, to a businessman, to their bus driver and to their mother. They discover that jobs are not always linked with happiness.

Maya & Filippo Talk Business in Seattle

Are these the perfect titles for your store? There’s still time to order. Contact Alinka to work out the details.

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