We can begin teaching our children “how to be strong while remaining virtuous in a dangerous world” with the help of teachers and books like SHEEPDOGS. Or we can let our children be taught to be sheep, as is being done with “Uncool: The Anti-Gun Violence Project.”
A California librarian presenting this project to parents and children said that six or seven is not too young to begin a conversation about guns. “It’s not too young because of the world we live in.”
I couldn’t agree more. But the project’s message for kids is “imagine a world without guns.”
Edited to add: point if above quote being that Grossman's new children's book is the antithesis to the anti-gun garbage currently being taught to our children in school.
Perhaps each member here could donate a copy of this book to their local library and/or school?