New Bilingual Book Personal Shopper Service Helps Educators and Librarians Support English Language Learners
A leader in bilingual books is offering a new "Personal Shopper Service" to help busy teachers who work with English language learners (ELLs) and librarians who support ethnically diverse communities. Language Lizard will help its customers choose appropriate books in over 40 languages, simplifying the ordering and selection process.
For years, Language Lizard has been offering award-winning bilingual picture books in over 40 languages, including Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, Farsi, French, German, Gujarati, Haitian-Creole, Korean, Nepali, Panjabi, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, and Vietnamese. Language Lizard also runs a blog (blog.LanguageLizard.com) with articles and information to assist bilingual families and teachers.
“Many of our customers support language learners who speak multiple different languages," says Language Lizard President and founder Anneke Forzani. "They are busy and may not have the time to look through our site to select specific titles. The Personal Shopper Service is offered free to those customers who prefer to outsource the shopping process. Our Personal Shoppers will listen to a customer's requirements, find the right products, and place a pre-order for review. The customer can make any changes to an order before approving it or submitting it to a purchasing department as part of an official school or library purchase order."
In 2013, Language Lizard began offering Language Book Sets in many of the more prevalent languages to simplify the ordering process for customers who want five or ten popular titles in a particular language. The Personal Shopper Service is another step toward meeting the needs of busy customers.
More information about Language Lizard's Personal Shopper Service can be found on the company's Personal Shopper Webpage. Information on the company's Language Book Sets can be found on the Language Books Set Webpage.
Language Lizard, LLC
Page Updated Last on: May 06, 2014