Of course! The long-term vision is to have the book available in as many languages as possible.
However, my main priority is to get the book into the Indonesian educational reading circuit.
Why? Simply because Indonesia is the world's second largest polluter of plastic. Indonesia also boasts probably the world's biggest marine biodiversity.
The way that plastic is used in France is very different to South-East Asia, as an example. This is not to say that Western children don't need to know about plastic. Everyone needs to know.
The lesson plans included in the book address personal waste production habits and encourage reflection on habit change.