1, 2, 3, Who's Cleaning the Sea?
A Counting Picture Book About Protecting Our Planet


(Early Childhood Concepts, Book 2)
Seven and eight, is it too late?
Not quite yet, but let's not wait!
8 fishing nets on the ocean floor, dragged by an octopus up to the shore.
The sea creatures are working hard to clean their living environment of ocean pollution.

Inspired by powerful visuals of ocean pollution, this book will teach your child not only numbers and how to count but also the importance of taking care of our environment. Children will love learning how little changes they make can protect our planet.

1,2,3, Who's Cleaning the Sea is the second book from award-winning and Amazon best-selling author Janina Rossiter in her 'concept picture book' series. Janina Rossiter has again combined two subjects with imaginative drawings, resulting in a beautiful book that children and adults will enjoy reading.

This picture book will teach your child to associate numbers with their quantities while also learning about the importance of keeping plastics and other pollutants out of our oceans. Younger children will be able to count along and slightly older children (ages 4-6) will learn to make logical connections between numbers and facts. Readers of all ages will enjoy the pictures, the story, and the message.

available in French and German.



Life Below Water

UN Sustainability Goals: SDG 14
Very thankful having met other activist and environmental campaigner that support the SDG's and especially SDG 14.

  1. TENGKU ZATASHAH, Selangor princess Tengku Zatashah Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah figths single use plastics #sayno2plastic initiatives.
  2. CORALIE BALMY, French Olympic swimmer, founder of Be Green Ocean.
  3. TOM SZAKY, CEO and founder of TerraCycle and also the driving force behind Loop.
  4. PAUL POLMAN, SDG advocat, The B Team and Vice-Chair of the UN Global Compact, received the UN Foundation’s Champion for Global Change Award in 2014.
  5. LILLY PLATT, Lilly‘s a global environmental activist and fights #plasticpollution!
  6. IAN URBINA, reporter who writes for The New York Times and author of The New York Times bestseller The Outlaw Ocean.
  7. PETER THOMSON, The United Nations Secretary-General's Special Envoy for the Ocean.
  8. BORIS HERRMANN, the youngest participant in the Mini Transat race. Sailed with Greta Thunberg across the Atlantic on Malizia II to New York for the UN Climate Action Summit.
  9. PAT SMITH, environmental campaigner and founder of a final straw Cornwall.
  10. TERENCE BULLY, founder of Blue Ocean Watch