Friday, July 3, 2009

Children's Books For You



I am a lover of children and enjoy spending time with them. I am also really big on education. When I find a way to combine the two, I get excited. Nothing is more important than our children and it is our responsibility to see to it that they have the best life possible and all the opportunities to make them grow, learn and become "productive" adults.

I met Kristie, with Usborne Books, and she introduced me to their program that can make all this happen.



Usborne Books has a huge selection of educational children's book and activities to help their young minds grow.



Here's the plan:

From now until July 31st, I am going to have an e-show, in which I will give you the opportunity to purchase books for your children from Usborne Books. Since I don't have small children, all books that I receive from the sales at this e-show, will be donated to children with cancer or other diseases through my friends at Spirit Jump.







If you are interested in an extra income, Usborne Books has four (4) opportunities available:

(1) Online book shows: Hosting an online book show is very easy. All you have to do is promote your show via email, twitter, on your facebook page if you have one, and even by word of mouth to your family and friends. The more you let know about it, the more books you can earn.

(2) Become an affiliate: You are provided a logo and link to put on your sites. You will receive 15% on all orders placed on your affiliate link. No cost to you at all. Just need your name and mailing address for where to send check if you have orders. Very simple.

(3) Sign up just for the Usborne Website and supplies: For $25.00 you can have your own Usborne website (and receive catalogs and order forms and flyers). This is a simple low cost way to start. You get your own website so you get full commision and bonuses.

(4) Sign up for the monthly starter kit: This month you can get a supply of books, your website and catalogs, order forms and flyers for just 49.00. It's a great way to start your own Usborne Books business.

UBAM MISSION STATEMENT:
"The future of our world depends on the education of our
children. UBAM delivers educational excellence one book
at a time. We provide economic opportunity while fostering
strong family values. We touch the lives of children for a lifetime."

12 comments:

GypsyFox said...

OMG this is so awesome I would love to do something like this!!! I so want that fairy book! awwww happy VGNO & 4th of july! xoxo

Yaya said...

What a good cause!

Happy VGNO!

Mandala Michelle said...

Very cool, you sure have been busy!!

Opus #6 said...

Ooo, I'm all about children's books. The old classics and great new ones. Happy VGNO.

Mary K Brennan said...

I love children's books too. I love that you're giving to a good cause.
Happy VGNO!

Elizabeth said...

I love, love, love Usborne books - and so does my munchkin! A lot of his favorites are Usborne books! Thanks for the info and happy VGNO!

Maricris Zen Mama said...

Never thot e-show for books existed. Very interesting concept :) Btw, I love your background. Is it from a show? Anyway, I'm hopping over here from another blog. Happy 4th!

Just_Aimee said...

Stopping by for VGNO. will be checking out the Usborne stuff...Love books! Happy 4th.

The Gonzo Mama said...

I love that you are donating books to children in cancer programs! My brother is a leukemia survivor. Since he was diagnosed when he was 17, he stayed in the pediatric ward. There were many young children in the ward with too much time on their hands, and a need to be distracted from the realities of their treatments. Books are a wonderful gift!

Anyway, I've blogged about my brother's recovery recently. He just celebrated 13 years of remission!

Happy VGNO!

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Carolee / Home4ever said...

Stopping by very late for VGNO.

Hope you had a happy & safe 4th of July!

Sheila said...

Hoppin in to say hi, hope you had a wonderful weekend!