San Jose, CA (PRWEB) June 28, 2006
AsianParent.com today announced the launch of their new website designed to provide a large selection of books, DVDs, and educational products to help parents to educate their children in their native language and share their cultural heritage.
“All of our products are carefully selected for their content and quality. Our books and DVDs are age appropriate, fun to read, and great for parents to bond with their young children through reading together,” said Jenny Parker, co-founder of AsianParent.com. “We are also committed to providing great customer service, starting with our safe and convenient online shopping experience. We also offer fast shipping and customer friendly return policies.”
Visitors to AsianParent.com will find detailed descriptions and multiple pictures for each product to ensure confidence in their selections. In addition, the logical groupings by age and by category make it easy for parents to find the most suitable products for their children.
AsianParent.com welcomes parents of all ethnic backgrounds to their online Chinese bookstore to help educate children in the Chinese language and culture. The website offers several Chinese-language video and audio products and bilingual books making it easy for children to benefit from the store whether or not their parents are fluent in the Chinese language.
Some of the product categories visitors will find include:
- Chinese Nursery Rhymes
- Chinese bedtime stories
- Chinese Classics
- Chinese/English Bilingual Books
- Chinese books with CD and VCD
- Chinese Activity books
- Chinese DVDs for children
Visit us today at http://www.asianparent.com to learn more about our products and take advantage of our free shipping offer.
Headquartered in San Jose, California, AsianParent.com is dedicated to bringing quality reading material and other products to parents who desire to pass down their culture and heritage. Products are geared toward Chinese children ages 0 to 12 years old. For more information about AsianParent.com, please visit http://www.asianparent.com.