It looks intriguing but it appears to be only for European schools. We teach French and Spanish in kindergarten and start Chinese in first grade. We have most of the books in your video in our library already. I'd love to learn more about participating.
Thank you for the interest. We have opened up the concept to schools all over the world. Soon we will be publishing a guide how you can make your own Eurolib (we provide all the pedagogic support and guides). It is important to understand that the idea is not targeted at the learning of languages directly but at providing a perfect motivation to learn languages, irrespective of the target languages being taught.
You can register your interest on the project website http://www.eulib.eu/ for now and/or on the project Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/pages/EuroLib-European-Childrens-Travelling... . As soon as we are ready we will be let you know .
From experience, it is generally best to work with a group of teachers/schools/boards in your local area and share your Eurolib library among your schools.