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EDUCATOR’S DISCOUNT ORDERING¬†

If you are a school educator, librarian, or non-profit, please request a quote by emailing info@childrenbilingualbooks.com or calling Advance Books customer service at (425) 652-5229. Special discounts apply on all Sophia and Alex books ranging from 26% to 48% off suggested retail. Select from 11 titles and 18 languages in hard or soft cover. Qualified entities receive Net 30 terms after delivery.

SOPHIA AND ALEX SERIES

You won’t see talking dogs in our book. Nor will you see magical fairy princesses. However, what our books will do is teach your child the learning principles they will carry with them throughout their school years. Our books are fun, but fun comes not from the imagination, but from finding the excitement and mystery that adorns the landscape of every day life. We use 11 of the most common events in every preschooler’s life to teach, entertain and unravel the secrets of their new world. Your child will be more prepared for the challenges they will face within a structured learning environment. So, we invite you to sit down with your preschooler and allow Sophia and Alex be your guide.

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PURCHASING THROUGH COOPERATIVES

Children Bilingual Books is an awarded vendor with 10 designated national, regional and district educational cooperatives. Three of these cooperatives are national and are open to all public school districts or regions wishing join at not membership cost. For more information on joining a cooperative and receiving discounts on books and other school related materials, please contact our managing director, Garth Vance, at garth.vance@childrenbilingualbooks.com. Purchasing through a cooperative is fast and easy and ensures the legality of meeting state and national government requirements without the lengthy process of implementing a RFP.

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND LIBRARIES

As an administrator or teacher of early learning, you know there are thousands of children books in the market to choose from for your families. Mega publishers, like Scholastic, dominate the industry to the extent that smaller independent writers and illustrators struggle to get their works noticed. The big publishers are not in business to take risks, and they don’t.¬† Outside of Spanish and maybe French, the number of dual-language books published in other languages is next to nothing. Compare this with one in five families that speak a second language in the home, and you start to understand the reason we started Children Bilingual Books.

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