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Very pleased with how the book started out, but I was floored when I got to the Preamble on page 7 where it states that "gay and transgender people have been denied their constitutional rights." Talk about propaganda and bias! It doesn't even bother to elaborate further, because, obviously there is no basis for that statement. Nowhere in the constitution does it discuss sexual affiliation. I'd return and request money back, but instead I scribbled that section out and used it as a teaching opportunity for my 9 year old- how to identify false statements, lies and propaganda which unfortunately is found everywhere anymore. Shame on the author of this book.
This is a children’s book, but it should be required reading for all Americans, especially lawmakers. It’s easy to understand, comprehensive, and unbiased. It contains tons of information that most people don’t know, but should.
This easy-to-read guide gives the Constitution’s wording on one side and a clear explanation in modern English on the opposite page. It covers every Article and every Amendment. Each page offers extra details and interesting historical facts that relate to that particular topic. This book has helped me, as a political- minded adult, to gain a good basic understanding of how our government is supposed to work. I think this book would be useful in a required junior high school civics class.
I brought the book for my young niece. My brother says she loves it, carries it around like it's gold. I wanted her to have something she would enjoy reading and learn about the Constitution before it's completely destroyed.
Understanding our Constitution is an important part of being an American citizen, and you can never start learning about it too early imo. My daughters, ranging in age from 8-17, have all had exposure in school, but this book does a great job of breaking down every aspect of one of our founding documents. As a military veteran, I appreciate any book that differentiates between our freedoms themselves, and the symbols of our freedoms. It is important for our children to learn it is okay to disagree about issues, and be able to express our disagreement on those issues by any (even if others don't like it) legal means available.