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Well listen -- this teaching your six six year old about politics may seem like a pointless endeavor but fear not our next guests have created a fun and entertaining way for young children to learn about our nation's government and history.
Joining us to explain is the team who wrote and illustrated children's books and we drove for president and liberty leaves tale of independence.
Peter Barnes our friend of course -- -- and his wife sure aren't scripted about.
Actually doesn't like it was in personal history -- yeah that won't be pretty.
But let's start -- Kids can't vote why -- they need to know about elections.
As we have to teach them how to be good citizens while they're young most of our books are targeted to young children 567 years old elementary level.
And that's when we have to get them because once they get there iphones and their cell phones and their devices.
It's hard to get their attention again so we start at a very young age and work with -- elementary school.
And teachers -- -- how do you attempt to do this with these -- what is the message he carried through in these in these texts while we try even though it's a battle little mouse.
Which are grows -- would you -- Washington grows up to be president of the united -- of America.
We tried to then have children.
Understand that it could be me at -- we're talking about a mouse but it could be me.
And how they grow up and how they live their lives and -- sometimes they make good choices so hopefully they make more good choices and bad choices.
But how they grow up to become good citizens and be -- part of their community and volunteer and get back.
And great -- we are flipping through some great history of the revolutionary war battlefields as well as history of this country.
And it's not something even adults don't know so -- not just for kids it's great stuff so why -- you quiz us on what we probably don't know that some -- -- Well for placards here.
This at the O'Reilly does that yeah that's exactly what -- history quiz for you got based on this new book.
Who was the youngest signer of the declaration of Independence.
Day Edward Rutledge -- Ben Franklin received John Adams.
And down there and it and to a family within seeing OK.
Day and -- heard Ratliff yes -- -- -- Rutledge was from South Carolina and he was 26 years old.
Well look at one more question where I have to arguments often okay.
What date was a declaration independent actually signed July 2.
July 4 or August -- You heard my -- -- -- -- -- -- Most of the signers were not in Philadelphia for the fourth of July they voted than they left town but who's -- on the fourth of July.
A lot of the big signature.
-- -- and I -- One I wanna get on any other -- -- learned that guys are on these are on Amazon right now the I'm in bookstores nationwide go to Amazon right now make these a big hit for your kids pick him up would growth for president among the other -- and -- aren't actually watching you guys -- the Yankees are.
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