My daughter just turned 5 and I’m currently shopping for her Christmas presents. I’ve been wanting to find more things we can do together. Now that she’s a little older we can do more things that are fun for both of us. While reading kids books is a must at an early age, it hasn’t been very enjoyable for me yet. I’m confident these books will be like a breath of fresh air.
Besides looking for things we can do together, I’ve been wanting to start her education. Right now she’s attending a holistic preschool that we absolutely love! They do yoga, qi gong, painting, and so much more there. The kids are even involved with meal time. And the food there is very healthy.
We know her days are numbered at this school and eventually she won’t be attending there anymore. We’re considering homeschooling or unschooling. We definitely don’t want to send her to a public school. But she does need an education.
Enter The Tuttle Twins
I just found out about the Tuttle Twins book series and ordered them all right away! The books sound perfectly suited for what I have been looking for. I think these books will be a great start for her education!
If you’re looking for positive and productive gifts for your children, I think your money would be well spent by buying these books for them. I look at it as an investment. A wise one at that!
The series focuses on principles such as liberty, the free market, voluntaryism, and more. The books are aimed at kids ages 5-10, but they’ll appeal to a much wider audience too. It will teach your kids concepts that many adults have never been exposed to. It’s essentially an education from a libertarian view. Heck, you may even get a lot of it too.
Just click on the banner to the right to visit their website for more information or to order. I bought all five books and saved money by doing so. It’s a pretty good deal. They even throw in a few free perks, such as free workbooks to accompany the books. Plus you should be able to get a coupon code too.
To be honest, I haven’t received my order yet so I haven’t read the books. I’m familiar with the subject matter though. In fact, I found out about the series by listening to Tom Woods’ podcast episode 784. You can also tell from the Amazon reviews that these books are worth your time and money. I’ll update this post after I’ve read the books too.