More History Stories
Stories of American History:
Includes all four volumes of Mara Pratt's popular American History Stories series. Provides a fascinating and entertaining overview of our history from the early days of exploration to the end of the Civil War.
Available on the webstore at Libraries of Hope and HomeMakers for America
12 Principles of Freedom
One Quote, Scripture, Clause and Short Story at a Time
Authored by Jeffrey and ShaRee Hymas
With contributions by Marlene Peterson
This book is a wonderful resource for Family lessons, morning devotionals or for personal in-depth study. Written by an LDS author, this book include several quotes from LDS church leaders. Each of the 12 most important principles of freedom are explored and supported with:
- one simplified explanation for children
- one latter-day scriptural reference
- one latter-day prophetic quote
- one constitutional reference
- one founding father quote
- and one pre-1920's short story
And, with a 63-page appendix - organized by principle - full of quotes from founders and prophets, and references from scripture and the Constitution, this book will help the entire family gain and strengthen their appreciation for the Godly gift of freedom.
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Patriot's Reading List: Download a copy of some of our favorite American History stories and books sorted by age and category.
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While searching for stories to share with your children, don't forget to include stories from your own family history. Parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents as well as other relatives on the family tree have fascinating life experiences. Children are especially attentive when they know they are related to the main character in the story.
Landmark Books: The original Landmark series of children’s books are high quality non-fiction, hardcover books that focus on the legendary people and events in American history. They were written for children and young adults, generally ages 10-15. Children enjoy reading these books. Because the content is rich and they are expertly written, many adults enjoy reading and collecting them as well. They are very popular with home-schoolers. It’s been said that if a student were to read all of these books through their years at school that they would have a better history education than 95% of all high school seniors.
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Promises of the Constitution is an outstanding book. It is well presented, easy to read and full of stories that clearly demonstrate why this document is important to us as individuals and families. I can declare without hesitation that every woman in America should own a copy of this book, read it, refer to it often, and share it with her children.
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The Tuttle Twins:
by Connor Boyack
Each year, hundreds of millions of children are spoon-fed false history, bad economics, and logical fallacies. Your child is not immune. Well meaning parents have long desired a way to inoculate their children against this trend to help them really grasp the importance of freedom and free markets—the pillars of good government that made America great.
These parents—just like you—have had nowhere to turn, and no literature to provide their child… until now!
The solution is here: The Tuttle Twins books. There is no alternative to the Tuttle Twins series; our books fill a huge void in the market for children's literature that exposes young readers to the foundational principles of freedom.
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America: Share the Story
This web page on the American Heritage Center of the HomeMakers for America website has even more stories that families can use for their family story hour.
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