Amazon doesn't seem to be carrying the Language Calendars page-a-day desk calendars this year; Living Language appears to be moving into this market and taking over that niche at Amazon. I've long enjoyed and respected all three companies, but I'd be awfully disappointed to find that Amazon and Living Language had conspired to drop the Language Calendars products from Amazon.
Anyway, Language Calendars supports more languages (French, Spanish, Italian, German, Japanese, and Russian) and offers a variety of calendars focusing on different areas of study (vocabulary, travel phrases, idioms, verb conjugations, and combinations thereof) for beginning, intermediate, and advanced students. I recommend them highly ...
Amazon and Living Language appear to have neglected German, but that's nothing new in the United States. German (and Russian too) have been neglected here for as long as I can remember. When I was in high school, my poor German teacher had to commute between schools, teaching at one school before lunchtime and another after, and different schools on different days, while the Spanish teachers were booked solid, all day every day, at their respective schools. Why? Well, one reason was that Spanish was the "easiest" language available at those schools and the Spanish teachers also tended to be more sport-friendly, so school counselers steered athletes and cheerleaders towards Spanish overtly, the rest of us covertly (One year my counseler didn't want to let me sign up for German for the coming semester; he tried to talk me into signing up for Spanish. There probably won't be enough demand for German next semester, and so the German classes will be dropped, he said. Well, duh, I said (or would have said, but this was during the pre-duh years), Of course there won't be any demand, if we all do as you say!).
Students of German should also visit Bücherstube, which carries (monolingual) Abreißkalendar and Wandkalendar.