Parent's Guide to Raising Kids
Propaganda Free

In today’s digital landscape, guiding kids away from misinformation becomes paramount. It’s essential to equip them with the tools to discern truth from manipulation. Children, often absorbing information without question, benefit immensely from developing skepticism and critical thinking, invaluable skills in navigating this information-rich era.

Beyond aiding decision-making, steering children away from misinformation builds confidence in navigating complex media landscapes. Empowering them to distinguish reliable sources from deceptive narratives fosters autonomy, safeguarding against manipulation and confusion. 

The Tuttle Twins guide sparks vital discussions, offering children the tools to decipher reality amid an inundation of messages, empowering them to become savvy thinkers in this saturated information world. By guiding them toward credible sources and teaching truth-discerning skills, parents create a safer mental space for exploration and learning without unnecessary stress.

Download our free guide today and empower your children with the skills needed to navigate this complex media landscape confidently.

Why Choose Tuttle Twins?

The Tuttle Twins books help kids like yours learn the ideas of freedom, and why socialism is so destructive.

Schools no longer teach these ideas. Which means it’s up to parents like you.

Discover the Surprising Benefits of the Tuttle Twins Educational Series

  • Meaningful Discussions: Reading the Tuttle Twins books as a family sparks insightful conversations, providing a platform to delve into important topics and share diverse perspectives.


  • Bonding Opportunities: These books offer an excellent chance for families to come together, strengthen their connections, and create lasting memories through shared reading experiences.


  • Critical Thinking Skills: By discussing the thought-provoking questions provided at the end of each book, children develop critical thinking and problem-solving abilities, which are essential life skills.


  • Empowered Decision-Making: Encouraging debate and healthy discussion helps kids form their own beliefs and viewpoints, fostering confidence in their decisions and values.


  • Understanding the World: The Tuttle Twins series explores complex concepts, teaching children about individual rights, economics, and societal issues, giving them a deeper understanding of how the world works.


  • Promoting Entrepreneurship: These books inspire children to think creatively, consider entrepreneurship, and explore the principles of the free market—a valuable lesson for future success.


  • Standing Up for Rights: The series instills the importance of standing up for individual rights and taking action, empowering children to be active participants in shaping a brighter future.


  • Encouraging Learning Enjoyment: Through family involvement and discussion, kids are more likely to enjoy what they learn, fostering a lifelong love for learning.


  • Independent Thinking: Children who engage in thoughtful conversations and debates are less likely to be swayed by fleeting trends, as they develop strong, independent beliefs and values.


  • Foundation for the Future: The Tuttle Twins series, along with family interactions, equips kids with the skills and knowledge needed to become confident critical thinkers who can positively impact their future and society as a whole.

Meet the Author

Connor Boyack is founder and president of Libertas Institute, a free market think tank in Utah.

Named one of Utah’s most politically influential people by The Salt Lake Tribune, Connor’s leadership has led to dozens of legislative victories spanning a wide range of areas such as privacy, government transparency, property rights, entrepreneurship, education, personal freedom, and more.

A public speaker and author of over two dozen books, Connor is best known for The Tuttle Twins books, a children’s series introducing young readers to economic, political, and civic principles.

Connor lives near Salt Lake City, Utah, with his wife and two homeschooled children.