Becoming a bookseller is an exciting step in our future as a company
Rohnert Park (PRWEB) December 18, 2012
As a small independent press in San Francisco that publishes fiction, India K-12 history and U.S. immigration assimilation stories, VidyaBooks LLC is thrilled to announce that it is now a bookseller and book publisher.
"Becoming a bookseller is an exciting step in our future as a company," Rashmi Singh of VidyaBooks LLC said. “We will continue to offer a list of select, pertinent titles that have been chosen with care.”
The small press offers a wide array of books from fiction to non-fiction and poetry books to short stories, in categories like children’s literature, fantasy, biography, ecology and philosophy. Each book selection, available under the products tab on the VidyaBooks LLC website, features a book and Amazon link for the customer’s convenience.
VidyaBooks is a niche publisher and bookseller that was established in the early 1990s. Since its start, publishing educational materials on India/South Asia for the K-12 educational market, and India K-12 history, the small press has now expanded to include U.S. cultural history books, U.S. immigration assimilation stories and other topics.
For more information about VidyaBooks LLC’s products, view the small independent press on the Web at http://www.vidyabooks.com.
About VidyaBooks LLC
The word Vidya is an ancient Sanskrit term that encapsulates all of knowledge and education. Founder Rashmi Singh established Vidya Books LLC after discovering that her children/California's students were only learning partial historical information. Seeking to change historical misconceptions and broaden minds, VidyaBooks began to publish a variety of books, including kids' books, books teaching about India in the U.S. and U.S. cultural history books, to introduce the public to the rich culture of South Asia and to enlighten people by presenting alternative points of views on the truths about immigration stories.