New Children’s Book Series Fights Back Against Indoctrination In Schools
While I was in school, I didn’t care too much for history. As an adult, that has all changed. I can’t get enough of it.
I’ve also learned that a lot of the history that we were taught as kids isn’t exactly what really happened. Some things never happened at all or that the details weren’t what they told us.
For example, the one that stands out to me the most is the whole theory of Christopher Columbus sailing across the ocean in order to prove that the earth was round. I’m sure many of you were taught that in school, but that’s not the reason he went on his journey at all.
Columbus’ voyage was because he thought that the circumference of the earth was smaller than it actually was and he believed that he could sail to the Indies by sailing west instead of going on the long trip that they used to go all the way down the west coast of Africa and then back up the East coast and to continue their journey there for trade. It was a long journey so he thought this would be a better way.
Today, schools and the radical left are constantly trying to rewrite history to fit their own agenda. It’s one of the biggest reasons why people should remove their children from the government-run public education system. It’s just pure poison.
Finally, there is a new book series designed for children that will be working towards combating the woke indoctrination in public schools.
This book series, known as “Heroes of Liberty” will feature biographical books on Ronald Reagan, Thomas Sowell, Margaret Thatcher, Mark Twain, and more.
According to the publisher, the “goal is to provide parents who are concerned with the increasingly leftist indoctrination and wokeness that have taken over our educational institutions with a wholesome patriotic alternative to read with their children.”
In an interview with Fox Business, Heroes of Liberty editor and board member Bethany Mandel said that too often, children’s books today are “trying to sell an agenda,” such as Ibram X. Kendi’s “Antiracist Baby.”
“The best children’s books are inevitably the old books because the production value has decreased, along with the messaging,” Mandel told Fox.
“Children’s literature is one of those things that people realized this is garbage and indoctrination, but there’s never been an alternative that’s not garbage itself or indoctrination itself,” she added.
Personally, I’m going to look into these books for teaching my own children because I’m always on the lookout for truth in history.