CPL Sponsored Books for Children
Books by Barbara Anderson, illustrated by Rachel Gasper
Barbara now has three delightful children’s books that make for great reading and fun gifts!
Barbara is graciously donating all proceeds to Child Protection League. Her books may be ordered through Amazon, Just Ducky and Whoo Am I?
Whoo Am I?
Barbara Anderson’s best children’s book yet! Written in verse form, the story is about a baby owl high up in a tree with his family, who longs to see the world below. His adventures begin when he accidentally tumbles down to the forest floor, where he quickly embraces his newfound freedom. Soon, however, the little owl realizes that being on his own is not as much fun as he thought. As he searches for food and a way back home, other woodland creatures come to his aid—and for the first time, he discovers his true longing for family. Will the owlet find his way back to where he is known, protected and lived, or will he have to live on the forest floor forever? Every child loves the sing song of verse.
This could become a cherished possession with lasting memories!
Just Ducky is a heart-warming duck tale features adorably illustrated barnyard friends of Little Ducky who learns to appreciate the way he was made.
Story Time with Miss Barbara:
Barbara Anderson reads her book, Just Ducky (6 minute video).
The (Mostly) True Story of Taylor Swine the Political Pig
An adorable story about a real pet pig! This story stars a lovable pig whose journey to fulfill her dream leads her to a caring family that understands her wish to become a political pig. Taylor Swine discovers the importance of family while learning how to take an active role in the political process.
Story Time with Miss Barbara:
Barbara Anderson reads her book, The (Mostly) True Story of Taylor Swine the Political Pig (6 minute video)
Bonus: Story Time with Miss Barbara
As part of Story Time with Barbara, she has also read three additional books that children love.
I Don’t Want to Be a Frog by Dev Petty (3 ½ minute video)
He Bear, She Bear by Stan and Jan Berenstain (4 minute video)
The Little Red Hen by Paul Galdone (4 minute video)
Books We Recommend
- Between the Covers
by Deborah DeGroff
The subject of Children’s Literature affects everyone. We are told that reading books about being kind or not being a bully will help us to be kind and not be a bully. However, there are numerous children’s’ books condoning every vice known to man that are supposed to leave children unscathed. Perhaps we need to start looking BETWEEN THE COVERS.
The Invincible Family: Why the Global Campaign to Crush Motherhood and Fatherhood Can’t Win is a shocking and essential report on how your family could be threatened–and what you and all concerned citizens can do to defend the institution of the family and our inherent human rights. Kimberly Ells Presentation spoke about the concepts in her book at our CPL Invisible Liberty conference.
“I’m gay.” As more and more young people announce this is their identity, it’s time to take a closer look. It’s a profound declaration, a new civil right (they are told) and it’s “who you are.” But there’s a problem. Are we sure this is the truth? A book geared for youth with a study guide also available.
In a culture of sexual confusion, our children are caught in the crosshairs. Join in the journey of discovery as best friends, Emily and Hannah embrace their struggles of childhood. For children ages 7-14.
Have you wanted to talk to your children about pornography but weren’t sure how? Good Pictures Bad Pictures: Porn-Proofing Today’s Young Kids is a great resource to read to your children to start the discussion.
What happens when a sexual culture war is fought on the mental health battlefield? Christopher Doyle provides a map of the unprecedented assault on personal freedom and religious liberty answering many of tough questions of our day.
The War on Psychotherapy from The Witherspoon Fellowship video presentation (50 minutes)
“Dr. Grossman exposes the sordid truth about sex education in You’re Teaching My Child What? Not based on science but on liberal lies and politically correct propaganda. As a psychiatrist and expert on sexual education, Dr. Grossman cites example after example of schools and organizations whitewashing crucial information that doesn’t fit in with their “PC” agenda. What sex educators call an education; scientists would call a scam.
How America was betrayed by the lies and sexual crimes of the mad “scientist”. The root cause of many of the societal ills we deal with today come from Alfred Kinsey and his “research.”
Written by a former transgender, the book, Paper Genders, in his own story, debunks the glowing promises of gender change surgery and exposes the heart-breaking story of suicide and wrecked lives that the advocates would prefer to keep hidden.
- Sex: The Rest of the Story
by LeAnna Benn and Alfred J Derby, MD
Comprehensive Sexual Education is damaging our most valuable resource—children. You will want this ebook as a reference guide. Using peer reviewed scientific studies, this activist’s guide to transforming sex education provides guidance to prepare for meetings, writing letters campaigns, organizing community members to take action, getting programs adopted and so much more.
Order: Sex: The Rest of the Story A must for your library!
An informative book about the importance of the mother-child bond. New research reveals that babies need their moms. Read the Book Review by Barb Anderson (PDF)