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OUR FEATURED BOOKS...
"Why Am I Conservative?" "Founders' Fables" "Fisherman's Catch"
By Melanie Angell Elliott By Laurie Cockerell By Thomas Wright
"How To Raise An American Patriot" "We Love Our Country" "The 4th of July: A Celebration of By Marijo N. TinlinBy Mary L. AmlawIndependence" By Nickie Summers
"With My Rifle By My Side" "Patriotic Pups" "American Soldier Proud and Free"
By Kimberly Jo Simac By Nancy K. Arnold By Kimberly Jo Simac
"Freedom Bee" "Striker Jones: Elementary Economics "The Lost Treasure of LincolnBy Nicole HaasFor Elementary Detectives" County"
By Maggie M. Larche By Nancy Sifford Alana
"Patriot and Friends: "Enabling The People: The Amendments to "Little Bird Dog
Fair and Square" the U.S. Constitution & How to Always and the Big Ship" By Michelle A. Peacock, PhD Remember Them"By Rebecca M. Siebach By Marjorie Haun "America's Forgotten Heritage" "The Patriot Parent" "Saving the Vietnamese Orphans"By Carol B. Olsen By Pat Montgomery By Marjorie Haun
"Veterans: Heroes in Our "Declan Grows Up: "Hidden Treasures: Neighborhood"It's Just Not Fair" 50 States of Fun" By Valerie Pfundstein By C. Austin Lee By Liz Ball
"Striker Jones and "Cannon the Brown Bear: "A Flag in the Window" the Midnight Archer" An Illustrated Children's Fable" By Brian Karadashian By Maggie M. LarcheBy Kyle McGrath
"As the Family Goes, "We the People"
So Goes the Nation" By Carol Sewell
By E. Youmans, J.C. Thrift, & S. Allen
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About Our Books:
"Why Am I Conservative?"By Melanie Angell Elliott. Ages 9 and up. Provides a basic understanding of conservative values and encourages dialogue with questions for further discussion. Town Hall Magazine Book Review (12/10); Advocates for Academic Freedom Recommended Book.
"Founders' Fables"By Laurie Cockerell. Ages 5 and up. Fables, written in rhyme, help kids understand founding principles with follow up questions and activities. Constituting America, Advocates for Academic Freedom and NFRW's Mamie Eisenhower Recommended Book Lists; Eagle Forum Education Reporter and Smart Girl Politics Book Reviews; Phyllis Schlafly Radio Commentary
"How to Raise An American Patriot"By Marijo N. Tinlin. Adults/Family. Resource to help parents instill patriotism in their children; includes interviews with present-day patriots and helpful suggestions. Written by the editor of "Family First" and featured on "Fox & Friends".
"We Love Our Country"By Mary L. Amlaw. Ages 9 and up. Teaches American principles of freedom, the Constitution and the Republic as our form of government. Particularly popular with homeschooling families and veterans.
"The 4th of July - A Celebration of Independence"By Nickie Summers. Ages 2-8 years. Introduces children to the birth of our country, the legacy of the Founding Fathers and the significance of the Constitution. The author writes for Conservative Network Broadcasting.
"Patriotic Pups"By Nancy K. Arnold. For elementary age readers. Historical fiction, written in rhyme, chronicles the adventures of pups given by George Washington to some very special patriots. Glyph Winner-Arizona Book Awards; Constituting America and NFRW's Mamie Eisenhower Recommended Book Lists; a featured book signing at Mt. Vernon historic estate.
"With My Rifle By My Side"By Kimberly Jo Simac. Ages 4-8. Written in verse, a boy learns about gun safety, our nation's history and the significance of firearms as they pertain to America's foundation and liberty. Featured on Glenn Beck's radio and t.v. shows; 2011 CSPA Book of the Year Award.
"American Soldier-Proud and Free"By Kimberly Jo Simac. Ages 4-8. Relays the value, importance and pride the military plays in our country and culture. Featured on Fox Across America, Dr. Laura Schlessinger Show, American Family Journal and RFD-TV.
"Freedom Bee"By Nicole Haas. Ages 3-9. Introduces concepts of self-reliance, individual liberty and prosperous rewards of freedom through the tale of Scout the worker bee, his hive and the totalitarian Queen Bee.
"The Lost Treasure of Lincoln County" By Nancy Sifford Alana. For older children and adults. The spirit of patriotism and respect/knowledge of our flag are weaved throughout the adventures of two boys who discover an old wooden box with a treasure map.
"Patriot and Friends: Fair and Square" By Michelle A. Peacock, PhD. For children 4 years and up. Colorful picture book features memorable farm friends who learn a valuable lesson about envy in their quest for fair and square sharing of a peacock's beautiful feathers. Featured on "Fox & Friends".
"Little Bird Dog and the Big Ship" By Marjorie Haun. For children ages 6-12 yrs. A true tale of danger, heroism, rescue and friendship set during the Vietnam War. The first in a series of "The Heroes of the Vietnam War".
"America's Forgotten Heritage" By Carol B. Olsen. For older elementary and up. A collection of resources, facts and stories sharing the ideas and Christian values prominent in the history and founding of America.
"The Patriot Parent: Still the Best Hope for America"By Pat Montgomery. For adults. This e-book examines patriotism and how parents can instill timeless patriotic beliefs within their children. Includes texts of treasured documents, speeches and patriotic song lyrics.
"Saving the Vietnamese Orphans" By Marjorie Haun. For children ages 6-12. This book tells the true story of "Operation Babylift" - the rescue of innocent orphans from Southeast Asia following the Vietnam War. The second book in the "Heroes of the Vietnam War" series.
"Veterans: Heroes In Our Neighborhood"By Valerie Pfundstein. For ages 5 and up. An engaging rhyming picture book that fosters appreciation of the brave service men and women who are also our family, friends and neighbors. Featured on "Fox & Friends".
"Declan Grows Up: It's Just Not Fair" By C. Austin Lee. For ages 4-8. A colorful story of a young lion who learns that the secret to life is discovering our gifts and learning how to use them to help ourselves and others. The first book in the "Declan Grows Up" series.
"Hidden Treasures: 50 States of Fun"By Liz Ball. For ages 4 and up. From Alabama to Wyoming, and from sea to shining sea, search for hidden items pertaining to each state and learn about the U.S.A.!
"Striker Jones and the Midnight Archer"By Maggie M. Larche. For ages 8-12. Free market economics at its most entertaining! Continue the adventure and the economics of the original Striker Jones as Striker and his friends go to summer camp, solving mysteries and exploring concepts such as wants vs. needs, specialization, and investment.
"Cannon the Brown Bear: An Illustrated Children's Fable"By Kyle McGrath. For ages 6-12. After others begin providing food and shelter for Cannon, the bear becomes unhealthy and unhappy. Cannon learns the importance of self-reliance and once again becomes free and happy when he begins to rely on his own resourcefulness.
"A Flag in the Window"By Brian Karadashian. For ages 10 and up. It is 1943, and twelve year-old Billy yearns for his father, a paratrooper stationed in England during World War II. Billy and his mother live a comfortable life in Pasadena, California but their comfort is soon shattered ... and the results forever change Billy and his world.
"We the People"By Carol Sewell. For teens and adults. This book is for those who want to better understand Biblical worldview, the beliefs of America's Founding Fathers, our nation's Christian heritage, the Constitution, and America's political system.
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