The Tuttle Twins and the Messed Up Market, Book 11, Grades K-6
- Brand: Libertas Press
- Author: Connor Boyack
Introduce your elementary school student to the principles of our free society in a fun, living book way! Each storybook in this award-winning series follows brother and sister Ethan and Emily as they learn aspects of American liberty in our daily lives. The Tuttle Twins and the Messed Up Market uncovers the good and bad choices an entrepreneur makes and some of their influences.
Each story for kids teaches economic, political, and civic core concepts that kids ages 5-11 can easily understand and develop critical thinking skills to recognize in their world. Full-color illustrations entertain while educating your child!
Parents and grandparents, read these stories to and with your children to empower them with knowledge of real-world concepts in a fun way!
Homeschoolers, supplement your American history social studies curriculum with these Charlotte Mason style educational kids books, or make it part of your language arts reading time!
Reinforce learning with the vocabulary words and enjoy the discussion questions with your child at the back of the book!
Plus, a FREE Activity Workbook download is found here on the publisher's site!
Topics in this series include:
- Free market
- Importance of Education
- and more
The author takes valuable ideas from well-known books and authors on an adult level and rewrites them in a super kid-friendly, preteen way! This title is based on the book Human Action by Ludwig von Mises.
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- - Libertas Press
- - The Tuttle Twins and the Messed Up Market
- - Book 11
- - 58-page paperback
- - Homeschool, classroom, co-op
- - Grades K-6
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