If you’ve recently been searching for a pro-gun children’s book to read to your kids before bedtime, you’re in luck. Brian Jeffs and Nathan Nephew, have officially published the book My Parents Open Carry.
The duo hopes the book will help parents who “carry a gun and sometimes struggle with how to best explain the reasons.” The book features colorful illustrations and the 13-year-old main character “Brenna Strong.”
“What’s not so typical is that Brenna’s parents lawfully carry handguns for self-defense,” say the authors. “We fear our children are being raised with a biased view of our constitution and especially in regards to the 2nd Amendment.”
The following are three pages from the book:
The book has received mixed reviews, and the White Feather Press (the publisher) is willing to give away a free copy of the book Raising Boys Feminists Will Hate by Doug Giles. Something tells us Giles’ book is a surefire page-turner (please note sarcasm).
Visit Amazon and you will find the following overview of Gile’s book:
Parent, if you have a young son and you want him to grow up to be a man, then you need to keep him away from pop culture, public school and a lot of Nancy Boy churches. If metrosexual pop culture, feminized public schools and the effeminate branches of evanjellycalism lay their sissy hands on him, you can kiss his masculinity good-bye because they will morph him into a dandy. Yeah, mom and dad, if – if – you dare to raise your boy as a classic boy in this castrated epoch, then you’ve got a task that’s more difficult than getting a drunk to hit the urinal at Chili’s. Read this bold and hard-hitting guide by Doug Giles, the politically incorrect master, on how to raise your son in a world which more and more seems to hate masculinity.
Something tells us that the White Feather press may be making a mistake by bundling the two books together.
Regardless, Alan Korwin of Gunlaws.com is certain My Parents Open Carry is a very important book. “Boy does this fill a vacuum,” said Korwin. James Towle of the American Sports Network refers to the book as “outstanding” and “long overdue.”
On the negative side, an Amazon reviewer observes that the book is “modeled on the gay parenting books of the 1980s (right down to the mustache) there is a vital instruction book for everyone who wants to teach their children tolerance. Tolerance of mustaches that don’t match the wig, and tolerance of people who need to over-compensate for ‘something by brandishing a gun in public.”
In response to the book Children’s book publisher Elizabeth Laws shared the following on twitter: “Would love to deconstruct everything wrong with this. #1, Open Carry Isn’t a Verb. Bad enough that her parents pack heat, but who made a teen wear a granny blouse? Or tease her hair?”
What do you think? Does this book send an important message to our youth? We would love your thoughts. Please comment below.
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