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by Jim Hummel,Katharine DeBrecht

eBook Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed! ePub
Author: Jim Hummel,Katharine DeBrecht
Language: English
ISBN: 0976726904
ISBN13: 978-0976726906
Publisher: Kids Ahead; 1 edition (September 20, 2005)
Pages: 54
Category: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 319
Formats: azw mobi lit docx
ePub file: 1848 kb
Fb2 file: 1128 kb

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism. Written in simple text. Praised by Rush Limbaugh and hailed as "the answer to a baseball mom's prayers" by talk radio host Melanie Morgan, this book has already been the subject of coverage in The Wall Street Journal and Harper's magazine. Written by a self-proclaimed "Security Mom for Bush" and featuring hilarious full-color illustrations by a Reuben Award winning artist, it is certain to be one of the most talked about children's books of the year. But with the nation's libraries and classrooms filled with overtly liberal children's books advocating everything from gay marriage to marijuana use, kids everywhere are being deluged with left-wing propaganda. Help! Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed" is the book conservative parents have been seeking. This illustrated book - the first in the "Help!

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Mom! There Are Liberals Under My Bed!" reunites gifted storyteller Katharine DeBrecht with award-winning illustrator Jim Hummel for another small lesson in conservatism. Age Range: 4 and up Hardcover: 56 pages.

Mark’s guest is Katharine DeBrecht author of Help Mom, There are Liberals Under My Bed. Mark does not really like the book but DeBrecht holds her own. Mark attacks DeBrecht books and reasoning while DeBrecht fends him off. You got to listen to find out who wins this verbal sparring.

1st ed. by Katharine DeBrecht, Jim Hummel. Published 2005 by World Ahead Pub. in Los Angeles, Calif. Topic - Political, Juvenile Fiction, Family - General, Humor, Children: Grades 2-3, Money, Comics & Cartoons, Humor, General, Conservatism, Fiction.

A book that was both funny and aimed at adults, it covered many beliefs that supported my decision for becoming a. .

A book that was both funny and aimed at adults, it covered many beliefs that supported my decision for becoming a Republican. While not a children's book, it should appeal to adults and perhaps even teens of the conservative persuasion. I was a little disappointed that it wasn't something I could read to my children. No doubt that many Liberals will be offended at this book, but aren't Liberals offended at everything nowadays? Like the book mentions, the boys have to take down their picture of Jesus on their lemonade stand, and replace it with a picture of a big toe because it's the only thing left that doesn't offend anyone anymore.

This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism. Written in simple text, readers can follow along with Tommy and Lou as they open a lemonade stand to earn money for a swing set. But when liberals start demanding that Tommy and Lou pay half their money in taxes, take down their picture of Jesus, and serve broccoli with every glass of lemonade, the young brothers experience the downside to living in Liberaland.

Mommy, there are intollerant liberals under my be. This book is not about hatred it is about the liberals who want the government (oops that should be "OUR" government)to no longer be a republic but a socialistic society

Mommy, there are intollerant liberals under my bed. Can we tell them about Christmas? Funny, honest, insightful. This book is not about hatred it is about the liberals who want the government (oops that should be "OUR" government)to no longer be a republic but a socialistic society. Obviously I am a conservative ("righty") and I will teach my kids according to my belief in God (yes I did invoke God) and what I believe the government is there for (man! I did it again I meant "OUR" government.

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This full-color illustrated book is a fun way for parents to teach young children the valuable lessons of conservatism. Written in simple text, readers can follow along with Tommy and Lou as they open a lemonade stand to earn money for a swing set. But when liberals start demanding that Tommy and Lou pay half their money in taxes, take down their picture of Jesus, and serve broccoli with every glass of lemonade, the young brothers experience the downside to living in Liberaland. 

Alianyau
We bought this book for our children as a cautionary tale of what happens in a regulated free market. Our kids were determined to open their own lemonade stand without government interference.
I would like to tell you about their experience.
First, when they were building the stand and my son accidently injured himself (we do not have health insurance, and chose to pay the fine rather than get that Obamacare) my son’s wound became infected and required a trip to the emergency room. So as with most new business the kids started their lemonade stand with a large debt. We told them debt is good because it lowers their tax burden so they do not have to pay the government. Great learning experience.
Secondly, on the first day of service, a customer suffered a bee sting; they had an allergic reaction that required medical care. They filed a lawsuit against my children due to their negligence in cleaning up their industrial waste (spilled product containing too much sugar). My children were held liable for the medical cost. I mean seriously why do they have to clean up their mess just because someone could suffer. I mean aren’t bees green like the liberals want?
Thirdly, the kids decided to hire someone to sit in the hot sun for them, after all how could they be the job creators if they had to work? Therefore, they interviewed many employees but no one was willing to accept sub-minimum wage. How ungrateful. Here my kids are trying to help the unemployed and they expect minimum wage. I mean maybe they should get an education.
The whole enterprise was a disaster. I mean how are these kids supposed to become job creators when they have to worry about industrial accidents, consumer harm and lazy poor demanding wages.
SmEsH
I bought this book out of curiosity and because of all the very polarized reviews I read here on Amazon.com.

I was dissapointed at the heavy-handed approach to story telling. There's nothing too subtle or clever here. I didn't laugh at anyting in the book, just at the concept of the book itself: the story of two good hearted innocent all-American God fearing kids who get victimized by four different types of liberals, but it's all a dream sequence so there's a happy ending.

So, assuming you actually show this to your children, where do you go from there? Do you reinforce the stereotypes presented in this book and teach children to hate "those" kinds of people, or do you explain to your children that these are simple representations of certain mindsets that really do exist in the real world? A parent could go either way.

Oh yeah, since I live in a city teeming with liberals, and where any pro-Bush stickers on your car or signs on your house can subject you to vandalism very quickly, hearing the libs complain about "intolerance" just makes me laugh. Liberal ideologues are some of the most intolerant people around. Their use of the word "intolerance" is downright Orwellian. This book is a somewhat crude way to teach children about what is really happening, but it doesn't teach "intolerance" of anything except social engineers trying to run your life.

This book is just one more sign of the times we live in. How good or evil it is depends on how it's used. I'm sort of glad it's out there, but I wish it had been a bit more subtle and fun, and not so hamfisted in it's story telling.
Vudomuro
Just got the book on the 21st of October, after what I learned was a delay because the book had sold out the earlier printing! What an entertaining little tome, not just for me (Funny pictures! as funny as the one-star, knee jerk reviews below.), but for two little ladies in my life.

My 10- and 7-year-old daughters, veteran lemonade purveyers themselves, hung on every word of this parable about the two good boys' responses to the do-gooders' onslaught. During and after the first read, unprompted by me, my little ladies judged the Liberaland politicians' behavior was REALLY WEIRD:

* replaced the "offensive" Jesus portrait with the uninspiring (big toe!) generic symbol.

* Saying "taxes help the needy" but then spending the funds on useless givaways (dustpans!) that benefit only the liberal's political crony (a dustpan factory owner!). Meanwhile bona-fide charities, whose benefactors are squeezed more than ever before, struggle to continue their good work.

* Nanny-state rulemaking ruins quality ("take the sugar out of the lemonade!"), confuses the market ("eat brocolli with lemonade!"), and spoils business. Firms go under, big government steps in and botches the work ("$5.00 lemonade and brocolli!"), and wastes even more tax money propping up the unwanted agency.

* A group of strangers know what's better for kids than their own moms and dads. ("EEWWWWW!" but I must admit their reaction to this idea made me feel good!)

I look forward to Ms DeBrecht's next adventure stories of two good boys' struggle against Liberaland insanity.
Bladebringer
A fine idea for a children's book - I wish I'd thought of it myself...and it is a very scary thought indeed...!! As for the negative reviews, I am willing to bet that if the title was something pertaining to Conservatives, the liberal media/reviewers would not be thinking it was intolerable/stereotypical/harmful at all! I tend to think that many of them love to voice their opinion about having choices, but really they are only for choices if the choices are favorable to THEM, and THEIR political agendas. That's pretty scary, too! With that being said, I think that this book would make a LOVELY gift!
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