Do you even know what the US Founding Fathers founded this country on?
All Americans need to add to their family’s bookshelves, What Would the Founding Father’s Think?
History, politics, government—they’re not just for grown-ups anymore. Today’s teens are about to be handed a collapsing nation and it’ll be their job to fix it.
Scary, but TRUE!
Enter David Bowman.
With wit, humor, and the occasional serious note, he skillfully illustrates America’s biggest problems and presents an interactive guide to understanding them that’s so much fun adults will want to read it too!
A little about the witty and clever, David Bowman, the author:
- As a Christian and as a patriot, David Bowman glorifies his Savior and his nation through his fine art, his books, and his motivational speaking
- David also writes and illustrates a variety of books for young audiences. Combining his cartooning skills and his experience teaching at a high school level, David knows how to engage kids, pre-teens, and teens with books that are both entertaining and enlightening
- David loves to teach! He speaks to youth groups on religious and political topics all over the country
- David and his wife, Natalie, live in the mountains of Arizona with their four children
We are excited to read What the Founding Father’s Would Think? during our Family Nights. The conversation discussions I am sure will be endless. It is imperative to our family that they author writes from a biblical standpoint when it comes to history and politics.
You can purchase this witty book, What Would the Founding Father’s Think? for a low price of 9.59.
I am giving away (1) hard copy or (1) ebook of What Would the Founding Father’s Think? to one reader. I will be choosing a random winner on December 28th at 11:59p. Winner will be contacted via email and must respond within 48 hours.
The US Founding Fathers would want us to train our children His ways, I am certain!
Affiliate links may have been used in this post. I received a copy of this book in exchange for this informative post. All opinions are my own.