Becoming an Ambassador for Barefoot Books - The Educators' Spin On ItSo if you have been following along, you may recall that in August I signed up to be a Barefoot Books Ambassador. I have not been happy with this process. I was pretty excited to participate in this program. We loved the books at our house, and I will admit a small part of me wanted my hands on that introductory kit that they offer. At the time there was a monthly fee after the first few months, and I forget what that was.
Barefoot Books Named a ‘Small Giant’ at 25
Want to share inclusive, meaningful stories with children? Looking for flexible ways to earn extra income? I was intrigued when I discovered their books were primarily sold by Ambassadors with their own small, home-based businesses. Of course, I had a number of questions that I wanted answered before I started. Disclosure: This post contains affiliate links.
One way Strickland and Traversy have done that is by focusing on the Barefoot brand—colorful books filled with diverse characters and illustrated decks and gift products—over individual authors or illustrators. There are currently 1, Ambassadors in the U. Those early decisions contributed to the year-old press being named one of 25 best small companies in the U. The press made its numbers with a staff of 23, including three people in the U. In , Traversy and Strickland cut off sales to what were then the top two chains in the U. In , they stopped selling to Amazon in North America and the U. That same year, Barefoot terminated its trade sales force.
Barefoot Books in the Prairie.
the last guardian an extraordinary story book
Search This Blog
Pin for later or share now with a friend! Early childhood teacher, author, speaker and mom of 3. Kim shares ways to make learning fun and parenting an adventure by sharing developmentally appropriate activities. Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Leave this field empty.