WASHINGTON, DC – Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly are back with two children’s books to teach children about US history and manners. Both books address the lack of civic education in the US and the loss of courteous formality.
Rush Revere and the Presidency is the fourth book in Rush Limbaugh’s successful children’s book series about US history. In particular, this books tells the time travel adventures of the presidency of George Washington, John Adams, and Thomas Jefferson. Bill O’Reilly teams up with famed author James Patterson to co-write Give Please a Chance, a homage to politeness and manners.”
“In the backdrop of the recent acrimonious presidential elections, both books remind us of some core values of American Exceptionalism – a tradition of civic understanding and human decency,” said Christopher Malagisi, Editor in Chief of the Conservative Book Club. “As the holiday season approaches, we are reminded of the spirit of common decency and honoring our past of those who laid the foundation for our continual pursuit of happiness.”
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