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The Tuttle Twins and the Miraculous Pencil

Narrated by: Nancy Peterson
Series: Tuttle Twins, Book 2
Length: 15 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
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Until now, freedom-minded parents have had little to no educational material to teach their children the concepts of liberty. The Tuttle Twins series of audiobooks helps children learn about political and economic principles in a fun and engaging manner. With fun stories, your children will follow Ethan and Emily as they learn about liberty! Grab your copy of the second audiobook in the brand new Tuttle Twins series - and help the children in your life learn how the free market works!

©2014 Connor Boyack (P)2017 Connor Boyack

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Making Dr Read’s pamphlet understandable for kids

Connor makes Dr Read’s pamphlet, I Pencil, understandable for kids. It would be a good reminder for many adults as well. This large and vast world we live in is interconnected and the global economy touches each aspect.
Great job! The audio performance was well done.

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Great for kids

This was a great story to teach kids about the free market. My kids loved it!

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Great message, Pretty good story

This is my 5 yr old's favorite from the series. He's very curious about how things get made, and this book does a terrific job of explaining how something as simple as a pencil requires cooperation of diverse peoples around the world. It's a wonderful children's introduction to the global market. The story isn't exactly dynamic, but the book does successfully make its point without excessive preaching while holding my child's interest. I wish Boyack got a little more creative in his story telling, but overall this book is effective and thought provoking. I'd recommend it for children 5-11. The audio makes a great companion to the physical book.