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Moving on to an interesting model -- single book written by.
Authors from a developing country that that provides parents in the global marketplace -- stories to read to their children that we just did a segment.
Just moments ago where you could donate books both for children and for adults to several shelters across the country.
Well indeed teach twice model which is this book that we're about to talk about it gives financial support to schools and students in the country.
From which the book came and now joining me now in.
In Nashville Tennessee via satellite is Trevor Burbank he's -- co-founder.
And CEO of teach twice I think you so much for talking to us first of all where the name teach twice come from what does it.
So the idea -- an -- -- -- publishing stories from around the world and bringing them to -- as a consumer.
And hopefully you'll learn something from that a new perspective -- -- new culture.
And then on the other side were able to find an educational initiative for everything from building -- school it's providing scholarships and the community from which the story can so what inspired you first to create -- choice.
My co-founder Jason when and I were really can throw -- that we can hope to work on -- economic development.
And different communities around the world something that existed -- always -- the world but also empower the people we serve.
So Jason Carroll with the idea of -- story and I kinda hope that the business attitude and we ran from there so we'll kind of stories do you publish and I guess how do you determine each one.
So -- were saying with children's stories they're aimed at primary education level.
We -- our first one in March came from Uganda and our second -- coming out -- this November from South Africa.
Stories have cultural aspect and then but it varies from.
From -- -- our efforts on how its words and traditions and our second one is actually bilingual.
Very cool -- now right now we're showing a picture can you see what we're showing right now.
I'm not Carolyn and my precious home.
Terrorism -- and his name I apologize tell me about this -- that we're looking out.
So this book was created from the very beginning with the society's choice we we're triple -- even the wrong though.
And she helped to create a story -- boy and northwestern Uganda.
Who is really.
That talks about -- and popular which is his nickname which is -- and can't seem to remember on the towards the end she actually does.
And tell -- where the profits go from the sales of these stories.
-- each of our stories is tied to one educational initiative we don't think we can.
Do one for one and so we do is make sure that the book is tied to one specific initiative for our first story.
We're actually doing a secondary school and knocking -- -- -- -- -- which is about an hour north of camp and our second story were doing scholarships.
Very cool we have more pictures to show I like to illustrate all these interviews as best we can -- pictures of.
-- a product packaging your unique product packaging.
That I wanted to help them kind of curious about that.
It's it seems to be tied with a piece of rope.
And it has -- more sort of an organic look to -- once you explain what goes behind.
The way that you package this it seems to be very special unique way in in the way you deliver them.
So -- so we wanted to make sure that we take care of each one of our stories as a product ten.
As when -- -- -- closers.
How we rather very nicely and Kraft paper and and wrapping up what's Klein and have a stance that kind of looks like.
A passport or something that was shipped from far away.
Package is really important for us and what kind of -- response have you received from those who have have to have gotten the books.
Definitely we've received a lot of great response people really cherish and want to learn more about the pushers who are actually working really hard.
We just launched a new website at www.
Teach -- dot org I know working to -- educational sides to it so we can also -- reasons that classrooms here.
All right so where can people go to learn more and and I guess if you want to buy a book what do you do.
So -- -- -- -- website soon to be in stores on Amazon but it.
For right now we have nothing to come to our -- and support us at www.
Teach twice dot org.
How you can learn more about the books more about what we're doing in and joining us as we move forward and moving forward I -- where where do you see this going.
So funny so we differ on expanding each book and an educational initiative attached to it.
We're currently working on answering in the stores and also building three curriculums.
That -- -- -- a common core state standards found and every school in the US that we can hopefully start to move in that way that direction as well.
-- -- any any I guess additional information that you want to give our viewers that we haven't covered.
Different check us out FaceBook can't teach twice and also on Twitter.
-- sign that teach -- And our website again.
All right thank you so much up for talking to us and good -- daily news a unique project in.
An interesting -- -- we appreciate you coming on to talk to us about it Trevor Burbank he's the co-founder and CEO of teach twice joining us live.
Thank you very much.
I think he.
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