Conservatives often wonder how they can make an impact on the youth of America. When it comes to the youth and political ideology conservatives tend to believe that it is inappropriate to force political viewpoints onto children and teens. As educators, we acknowledge it is both unethical and unprofessional to push a political agenda in the classroom (of course, this never stopped many of our college professors and teachers growing up).
The question becomes, how do you expose teens to ideas that we would classify as conservative while still being ethical and professional? If you truly teach a child to think critically, to question with boldness, and to use logic and reason instead of emotion they will arrive at some point on the right side of the American political spectrum. The reality is that many educators in our schools do not teach children to think critically, to question with boldness, and to use logic and reason instead of emotion.
Below you will find a list of all the books that we have reviewed on our site.
Fiction Book Reviews:
Children’s Picture Books
Press Here by Herve Tullet
Non-Fiction (Informational Text) Book Reviews: