You’re never too young to learn the basic ideas of freedom—and our new toddler books prove that fact! These extremely cute (and highly educational) board books cover three ideas: economics, liberty, and the American Revolution. Each book walks through each letter of the alphabet to introduce new words and their definitions, alongside some cute illustrations!
A set of beautiful, enjoyable books that use storytelling to help you introduce important economic, civic, and social principles to your child.
When it comes to teaching their children about the enduring principles of freedom, many parents don't know where to start. The Tuttle Twins series helps you introduce these ideas to your children and have meaningful family discussions about them.
For Teens and Pre-Teens
Our illustrated, hardback series of books for pre-teens and teenagers (and adults!) introduce all kinds of important topics: critical thinking, logic, entrepreneurship, hard work, standing up for what is right, and much more! A whopping 612 pages of content will fill your child’s mind with the essential information they need to become well-rounded.
Our new books for teenagers (and pre-teens and young adults) feature a series of adventures where the readers control the story! With 24 story endings between the three books, your kids will be able to observe the outcomes of different economic and political situations that Ethan and Emily—age 15 in this new book series—encounter and have to figure out.
For the Whole Family!
Our Tuttle Twins books inspire children to learn the ideas of a free society — and now with our collaborative story game, the entire family can participate! Part entertaining and part educational, this game gives families an opportunity to use familiar characters, settings, and concepts to create their own Tuttle Tales!
But be ready for it — this game is full of twists, since the Action Cards may totally change the game in silly, unexpected ways! It’s sure to elicit laughs and help your children recall — and better understand — the concepts they’ve been learning about in the Tuttle Twins books.
Books to lead parents to thoughtful conversations with their children.