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The Tuttle Twins Series Book Review

Hey Sparkles! Happy Family Friday! For today’s post, I am going to write about this book series I recently read that I found very interesting. The series is about these two children: the Tuttle Twins.

The Tuttle Twins is a series written to explain grown-up concepts of the law, government, and business to young children. Each of the books is a quick read, only about 15-45 minutes. However, if you want to go deeper into that particular concept covered in the book, there is a reference in the back of the book to a much longer book by a different person that covers it more in depth.

At first, I thought the books were going to be for Elementary-age students, but I was pleasantly surprised by the deepness of the concepts covered for such short books. In these books, the Tuttle Twins figure out about the law, fair market value, entrepreneurship, and how to deal with unfair government laws.

I loved these books, and I would like to share them with you. The two best options to buy these books are on the Tuttle Twins website here or on Amazon here.

If you decide to buy these books, tell me what you think of them in the comments. Thanks for reading, and Sparkles away.

2 Responses so far.

  1. Phyllis Peavey says:

    Let me borrow your copy of the Tuddle twins. 😎

    • Grandaddy Mike says:

      There are about 9 books in the set; they each also come with an electronic download of specific Activity Worksheets for each book, larger or smaller depending on the depth of the subject in each book, and an Overview of the relationship between a child/kid’s learning and motivating each to their full potential, how the author’s vision and philosophy sees the Tuttle Twins helping kids do just that. Phyllis, the worksheets also are multi-level, from pre-primer to middle school, and as Faith says in her post, additional higher level learning geared to the child/student’s interests.

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