Velvet curtains are being drawn back on America’s glorious, adventure-steeped history today with the release of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans.
And with an unthinkable end being planned for America, the release of Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims could not possibly have come at a better time.
Book protagonists ‘Rush Revere’ and his lovable talking horse, ‘Liberty’ will unleash the fertile imaginations of the only ones who can turn back the tide on a declining America: its children.
Only a little boy grown tall as a man, raised by a family who believed in America’s noble, one-of-a-kind history could have written Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims; Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans, and that’s what Rush Limbaugh did.
In their nocturnal dreams children whose parents have read them bed time stories about the engaging antics of Rush Revere and the “Rush, rush, rushing to history” cheerleading Liberty, will be shouting: “The Americans are coming! the Americans are coming!”
Adults reading Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims to their small fry, will revel in America’s glorious past, and even learn some lessons in history.
One hundred percent accurate, the best thing about Limbaugh’s book is that it gives American children what they haven’t been getting in the classroom for decades: pride in America from its own documented glorious history.
When it comes to stirring the imagination, the invasion of Common Core in the classroom’s got nothing on the apples fed to talking horse Liberty.
Not since being invited along for a magic carpet ride, have children been given what its author describes as “the miraculous story, the blessings of God and any other number of other things that led to the founding of this country”.
“In the story, Rush Revere and his talking horse Liberty travel to the deck of the Mayflower and learn about the role the pilgrims played in America’s founding.
“What we do here is we combine information, education, and entertainment, which makes the learning of history fun,” Limbaugh said. “So Rush Revere may someday time travel back and give King George a bunch of crap for the way he treated the early colonists and ask what the hell was he thinking.”
Limbaugh said the book, which is also being released in eBook and audio book formats, aims to teach children what isn’t being taught in school. “There’s not a political agenda. This is just the truth. This is just history.”
One magnificent history is leading to another.
Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans is giving a precious gift back to children—their own imaginations. A ride through the colorful past on Liberty stirs a patriotism the public school system thought they put asleep forever, and a reason to believe in God’s gift to the free world—an America that rose to beacon of the world status through hard-won Revolution.
Rush Revere and Liberty also give a gift to parents—a book worthy of being read to their children; a 224-page book spreading the message: “USA! “USA!
Through the holidays of Thanksgiving, Christmas and through what is bound to be the the entire worrisome winter of 2014, Bed Time stories will once again be ones that are imagination stirring after nightly prayers.
Not since a Miley Cyrus- smirking Tinkerbell flew the coop, will the childhood imagination be so colorfully and proud-fully reawakened.
Thanks to Limbaugh Paul Revere rides again, but this time the children of the day and patriots of the future are right there on horseback with him.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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