Sunday, November 27, 2011

Guardian Book Company --- 50% off sale!!!!

“We Do It All”

There's a wonderful resource for Michigan, Ohio and Indiana homeschoolers.  Have you been to visit:

Guardian Book Company, located just across the state line in Ottawa Lake, Michigan started about 25 plus years ago as a regional special wholesaler serving both Ohio and lower Michigan. 
Guardian Book Company has a newly remodeled 16,325 square foot book showroom stocked with over 150,000 “all new” K-12 hardcover, paperback, trade and library bound books.  Our stocked books are deeply discounted at50% off of school prices!
Guardian Book Company does it all.  From special programs for selecting and ordering Accelerated Reader, Reading Counts, Fountas & Pinnell, leveled reading, chapter, picture, low readability, high interest both fiction and non-fiction books to book processing, including MARC Records, bar codes, spine labels and reading labels.
All educational personnel, administrators and librarians are invited to visit our showroom facility located on the Ohio-Michigan border. Please call for an appointment and directions.
Our friendly and helpful staff is here to assist you with all of your needs!

They are holding a huge Sale!!!!

50% off EVERYTHING!!!!!

Classroom Supplies & Furniture - Reading  & Math Kits from TOP PUBLISHERS - Leveled Readers - Accelerated Reader Collections - Math - Science - Social Studies - Literature - Bilingual - Beginning Reading - Careers - Animals - Biographies - Sports

Gift Items!!! - Activity Books - Workbooks - Supplemental - Library Books

Brand New Hardcover & Softcover

They have something for everyone!!!

Wednesday, November 30th
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Thursday, December 1st
10:00 AM - 7:00 PM

Friday, December 2nd
10:00 AM - Noon

Warehouse Location:
8484 Brown Street
Ottawa Lake, Michigan
For more information:  419-344-4415

Free $4.95 Board Book of your Choice.

You can find them on Facebook.
Visit their store on Ebay.

And watch for them at upcoming Conventions....Be sure to stop by and tell Norm "hello"!