The international datebook

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Do you speak a second language? Do you want to make plans in that language? Quo Vadis planners and datebooks are made in something like 16 different tongues; we got a question recently from a U.S. based customer who wanted to know if she could buy a French-language planner without traveling back to France (or French Canada).

The good news is that several of our U.S. retailers order foreign language datebooks: the Daily Planner, Europa Books, Joie de Vivre, and Holly Supply in Hyannis, MA buy planners in French, German, Italian, and Spanish.

The catch is that we don’t actually stock foreign language datebooks here in the U.S., so the turnaround time for those orders is longer, and shipping costs are higher since they go directly from our parent company in France.

At any rate, if you’re interested in buying a foreign language planner, please check with those vendors for more information!

UPDATE: Here’s a list of the languages we offer:

American and British English
French and French Canadian
Italian
Dutch
Spanish
Catalan
German
Russian
Tcheq
Slovaq
Hungarian
Danish
Japanese
Korean
Chinese

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  1. Ok, here are the languages we offer: French, English, German, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Spanish, Catalan, Dutch, Hungarian, Polish, Russian, Slovakian, Czech, and Lithuanian… I guess it’s only 15. Hope that helps!

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