Tvillingarna Tuttle LäR Sig Om Lagen
ISBN: 0989291227
EAN13: 9780989291224
Language: English
Pages: 55
Dimensions: 0.3" H x 9" L x 6" W
Weight: 0.29 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Tuttle Twins Rock!
I love how the Tuttle Twins series teach conservatism and about God, as that is exactly where our country began and what it is based on! Too many are brainwashed into thinking that socialism is going to work “this time ”. Please take the time to learn all those countries that have failed because of it and investigate the truth about the USA and the struggles our founding fathers and so many others went through so that we can live free. Yes, these books talk about God, our given rights and how the government should not FORCE people to help themselves. Well, think about it : if you are forced to do something, are you free? There are people in this world who will help others because of the goodness of their hearts, because they know that it is the right thing to do. It is like it or not, it is truth.
 
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   Wait...What?
The YouTube advertisement for this book series is so libertarian, that you would be forgiven for believing that it was a satire of corny nonsense. It is more than a little obvious that whoever wrote the ad has no idea what words like socialism or communism actually mean or what the British cartoon Peppa Pig has to do with either concept. As for the books themselves, I don 't know what is worse the way the books are written or the philosophy they convey. I laughed out loud when I saw that one of the books was inspired by Atlas Shrugged, Ayn Rand's Putrid, Puerile fantasy about how awesome industrialists are and how the rest of us can just suck it. Ayn Rand's Objectivist nonsense should not be taken seriously by adults, let alone children. In short, avoid these books, instead buy The Hobbit for your children. It's more entertaining and they learn a better lesson than the laissez faire capitalism of the Tuttle Twins.
 
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   Word used incorrectly in the synopsis paragraph for the book.
If you don 't know the difference between are and our why are you even writing a book, let alone a book that doesn 't make it clear that the bad guys in the government are the ones their parents are voting for.
 
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   Don’t buy angry man’s propaganda
This book is nothing but an angry person's opinions hidden as '' children's literature . Teach your children about the beauty of our government, not this.
 
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   Feels disingenuous and biased
Facts and learning about government sound great, but these books are so full of bias that it is ridiculously obvious that all the author cares about is putting these opinions into children's heads instead of teaching them about how things work and letting them form their own opinions.
 
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   This is not a secular book
We were very excited about finding a series that a series tackled issues such as law and economy in an easy to understand language, but we never expected these books to be secular. The phrase Our Rights Are From God '' is printed in this book. I'm incredibly disappointed ''.
 
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   Not what it advertises
They market these books as books that teach children to think critically, be critical, and question, but they are really just telling kids what to think. They also tie their arguments to God, not based on their own merit. Another example of not teaching children to think. I wanted to like it, but was very disappointing in the end.
 
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   Great start for basic education on American laws for kids
My son has lately asked a lot of questions about government, laws and politics. I got this as a start for him. Explains the founding of the country and yes, the founding fathers were believers in basic human rights, granted by the Creator ''. If you want something new or supposedly non-religious, find a book about Venezuelan laws or Russia's laws or Cuban laws not American law. I 'll buy more of this series.
 
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   Feels like conservative brain washing.
I was not aware that this would be religious based. It also taught principles that government should not help '' people to force themselves. I am not a fan. I return it to Amazon.
 
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   Not for our family, wasn’t engaging at all (homeschooling family)
This was such a good idea, but fell so short. This book makes the point that God first comes, then the law. If you or your children aren 't religious, they don 't feel as strongly about the law. As another reviewer said, these children are boring and too perfect. They are almost cult like in their mannerisms and it's unrelistic. I have good kids, but they can 't relate at all to these characters. I am a stay at home mom of conservative values and I still found it uncomfortable. I am so glad that I ordered one on,y.
 
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