If you’re a parent, you’ve probably noticed that the world is moving pretty fast, and its ideas are moving right along with it. And if you’re like me, you might not be too happy about some of those ideas. Especially when you realize that they’re being forced on our kids at an extremely young age. So what can we do about that? That’s an important question, given that we as parents are ultimately responsible for raising our children. Talking to our little ones is a great place to start, and reading to them provides an easy way to promote discussion. In support of that aim, I’ve created picture books covering various anti-establishment perspectives to ensure our children hear both sides: we owe it to them.
You’re Not Welcome: A Story about Segregation speaks to the heart of racism before moving to something we all witnessed during the recent pandemic response: medical segregation. Using racial segregation as a backdrop, the book takes no position on vaccine safety or effectiveness; it focuses instead on government mandates and the accompanying vaccine passports’ effects on society, opening a window to discuss topics such as self-ownership, informed consent and government coercion. The book is available on Amazon, and I encourage you to order your copy today.
Strawberries Are Red: A Story about Compelled Speech gently introduces the topic of compelled speech and is sure to encourage great discussion between you and your little one. Freedom of thought and speech are essential, and our children should be made aware of this. The book is available on Amazon, and I encourage you to order your copy today.