New Juvenile Fiction

Great for teaching children, homeschooling, and learning the foundations of a variety of topics like economics, business, teamwork, and more!

The Law: What are individual rights, and where do they come from? Should the government help people, or should we?

The Miraculous Pencil: What is the free market and why is it so important? Ethan and Emily embark on a fun field trip to learn how pencils are made using parts from all over the world.

Creature from Jekyll Island: Markets come to life while exploring a farmer’s market and county fair to understand just how controlling the Creature from Jekyll Island can be.

Food Truck Fiasco: Disruptive businesses must fight against their crony competitors with friends in government who try and protect them from innovative upstarts.

Road to Surfdom: History abounds with examples of government officials making decisions, well-intentioned or otherwise, that harm others.

The Golden Rule: There is one universal principle—a “Golden Rule” as it’s often called upon which many people do agree.

Search for Atlas: What happens when hard-working people quit? Spectacular Show Business: How does a child become an entrepreneur?

Fate of the Future: The history of the world is a tale of some people bossing others around, but brave thinkers have always offered ideas for a better future.

Education Vacation: After hearing an award-winning teacher discuss problems with schooling and a vision for how children are best educated.

Messed Up Market: Now that they’ve made some money, The Tuttle Twins begin to wonder how they can put it to good use and earn more.

Leviathan Crisis: The Tuttle Twins and their team tackle a new quest in an adventure game that they soon begin to realize is closer to reality than they might have guessed. -Amazon

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  1. Antonioprack

    The director at Galeton contacted us after hearing of the books we gave to the Oswayo Valley Memorial Library and Genesee Area Library. We of course happily agreed to help them.

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