Leave a review for Maya in the Rubbish Sea

Have you read or purchased a copy of my first self-published children’s picture book, Maya in the Rubbish Sea? Please leave a review in the comments below!

The book was illustrated by Simona De Leo.

From @_book__blogger_: ‘Maya in the Rubbish sea’ is a wonderful book for little readers that teaches them how to protect underwater animals, how to take care our nature, how to be more careful towards Ocean life. Through this book kids will go to underwater to explore the adventure with Maya.

3 thoughts on “Reviews

  1. Such a beautifully illustrated book with a wonderful storyline to entrance and inform your little ones about a very important topic. It takes a prized place on our shelf to be loved for many years to come!


  2. Amazing book really captures the imagination. Beautifully illustrated and love how you have printed on recycled paper. Lovely story bedtime favourite for my 3 year old


  3. A thought provoking story that is just the right balance of reality and magic for children. A positive tale that shows the consequences of bad choices and how they can be rectified. That mistakes can and have been made in the past, but can be corrected. It enables children to investigate the current situations in our Oceans in a sensitive and gentle way, laying a foundation of appreciation for Mother Earth and the responsibly we have for the Ocean life that doesn’t have a voice or choice in the destruction of their habitats. Educational but delivered in a fun way with character that children will adore, my big girl who is 3 years old loved Finn and constantly asked for a fish as a pet after reading this ha!

    Quality wise, the paperback book is great and a nice size for little hands (easy for even my youngest 21 month old to flick through independently). The illustrations are beautiful and really helped my girls to engage with the story.

    A brilliant bedtime read! Recommend.


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