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  • Welcome to Young Series

    Bilingual Children's Books
    • Bilingual Books

      Research shows that learning a second language boosts problem-solving, critical-thinking, and listening skills, in addition to improving memory, concentration, and the ability to multitask.

    • Parental Involvement

      Children often say the most special time they recall spending with a parent or guardian is the time spent reading together, especially when there is energy and excitement.

    • Higher Self-Esteem

      Children who read frequently develop not only stronger reading skills, but a higher self-esteem contributing more in class and are more likely to lead healthier lifestyles.

    • Academic Achievement

      Learning a language has a direct impact on a child’s academic achievement with improved reading, writing, and math skills, and generally score higher on standardized tests.

  • Bilingual Books

    Here's some of our latest bilingual children's books.
  • Each month we release new titles in our Young Series line of bilingual children's books - check back often!

  • Every Young Series is a work of fiction based on the early years of famous historical figures of the past.  The stories introduce each character, announce a problem or situation that each character must overcome, and close with a resolution to the earlier mentioned obstacle.

    • Young Benjamin Franklin
      In Curious Benjamin
      • Paperback
        Availability
      • 28
        Pages
    • Young Abraham Lincoln
      In Birthday Wishes
      • Paperback
        Availability
      • 30
        Pages
    • Young Andrew Carnegie
      In Giving Back
      • Paperback
        Availability
      • 30
        Pages
    • Young John D. Rockefeller
      In Smart Saver
      • Paperback
        Availability
      • 30
        Pages
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  • Book for Book Program

    We proudly participate in the Book for Book program
  • For every bilingual children book purchased, we will donate a book to a child in need.

  • Guardian Angel Council’s Book for Book program helps to decrease the gap of early childhood literacy rates between low-income communities and middle-upper income communities across the nation.

    • Book for Book Program
      Guardian Angel Council is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization

      Book for Book Program

      Guardian Angel Council is a registered 501(c)(3) charitable organization

      Through your purchases, GAC helps provide much needed books to children in low-income communities, where early childhood literacy rates are at a disadvantage. We recognized early on that this gap existed with childhood literacy between low-income communities and with middle-income communities across the nation.

      Book for Book Info:
      • Book Donations:
        To children in need
      • Promotes Literacy:
        In low-income communities
      • Early Childhood Literacy Rates:
        Decreases the literacy gap
      • Increase in Self-Confidence:
        Literacy has been shown to help
  • There is only 1 book for every 300 children in low-income neighborhoods versus 13 books per child in middle-income neighborhoods.

    Illiteracy is passed along by parents who cannot read or write.

    One child in four grows up not knowing how to read.

    90% of welfare recipients are high school dropouts.

    Low literary costs $73 million per year in terms of direct health care costs. A recent study by Pfizer put the cost much higher.

    • The average child in a low-income family has only been exposed to 25 hours of one-on-one reading versus children from middle-income homes being exposed to 1,000 to 1,700 hours of one-on-one reading.

      Src: McQuillan, J. (1998). The Literacy Crisis: False Claims, Real Solutions. Heinemann.
    • 61% of low-income families have no age-appropriate books in their homes.

      Src: Reading Literacy in the United States: Findings from the IEA Reading Literacy Study, 1996
    • Fewer than half (48%) of young children in the U.S. are read to daily. The percentage of children read to daily drops even lower (to 36%) among low-income families, whose children face the highest risk of literacy problems.

      Src: Reach Out and Read, Reading Across the Nation: A Chartbook, 2007
    • The average child growing up in a middle class family has been exposed to 1,000 to 1,700 hours of one-on-one picture book reading. The average child growing up in a low-income family has only been exposed to 25 hours of one-on-one reading.

      Src: McQuillan, J. (1998). The Literacy Crisis: False Claims, Real Solutions. Heinemann.
    • 85 percent of all juveniles who interface with the juvenile court system are functionally illiterate.

    • Penal institution records show that inmates have a 16% chance of returning to prison if they receive literacy help, as opposed to 70% who receive no help. This equates to taxpayer costs of $25,000 per year per inmate and nearly double that amount for juvenile offenders.

  • Contact Us

    Use the information below to reach Young Series and its Publisher
    • Address

      Grasshoppers Observe Dragonflies Publishing House
      Re: Young Series
      2733 N. Power Rd. Suite 102-125
      Mesa, Arizona 85215

    • Phone & E-mail

      Phone: +1 480 788 1771
      cs@youngseries.com