The Tuttle Twins’ Book Series Introduces Important Ideas That Schools Don’t Teach.
There aren’t any other children’s books that present a vast array of free-market topics in such a fun way. The books teach relevant freedom-based concepts that most of us were never taught as kids. But it’s not too late!
The Tuttle Twins books challenge children to learn “adult” ideas—and they love it! We explain these ideas simply, and with helpful illustrations… and we’ve been amazed at how well kids rise to this challenge. Yours will, too.
These stimulating stories encourage children to make sense of the world—and we’ve heard so much fun stories about how this is working so well.
One mom wrote us this: “I took my kids to the grocery store a few days after we read one of the Tuttle Twins books about free markets. We were walking down the chip aisle when my son pointed to the 18 kinds of potato chips and said Hey, that’s spontaneous order! I kid you not. My kids know economic ideas that I didn’t even understand until we read the book together. So awesome!”
And I recently got this email from another mom: “I’ve been so anxious about the state of our world and what to share with my children. Now we read Tuttle Twins books each night and it has been so helpful to talk to my kids about things like individual rights, the proper role of government, and what it means to be free. These discussions are so meaningful to our family, and they wouldn’t be happening without these books. Thank you so much!”
That’s what our books are about: helping you have amazing conversations with your children about the ideas that built our amazing country but which are now under attack.
For too long, parents have lacked a language to communicate these concepts to their kids.
But not any longer. That problem has been solved with the Tuttle Twins books!
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Click on the tab at the top of the page to learn more about Color Psychology. What is a Lapbook? Glad you asked! It is a wonderful way for your student to document whatever topic he is studying. He will create small booklets along the way, and put them all together at the end of the study to create a keepsake called a Lapbook. Lapbooks are great ways to review, and children really enjoy displaying their work in this way. All of the planning is done for you ~ It really is easy! Just give it a try! It's more than a craft it is an experience.