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The Tuttle Twins Reviews - Read What All Say about it?

We have compiled The Tuttle Twins reviews from various audiences, including bloggers, expert reviewers, the brand itself and, most importantly, the normal consumer. Read What All Say About The Tuttle Twins, Their award-winning books teach children of all ages about the ideas of a free society. 

✅ Pros

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Read to my homeschooled kids ages 8&11. Exactly what we teach n our home about morals! Thank you so much for writing this!
- Bethany (Product Buyer)
This is a wonderful book is a children’s version of Frédéric Bastiat’s 1950 essay, The Law. The book clarifies the proper role of government in human society by using an interesting narrative and excellent illustrations.
Parents, I bet you will learn a thing or two as well.
Teaches your child to be smart and informed in a really fun way. Even the parent reading it will learn something.
- Ali R. Mahini (Product Buyer)
Teaches your child to be smart and informed in a really fun way. Even the parent reading it will learn something.
They have a strong support system of family and neighbors to mentor them.
Finding a book that discusses corruption for this age group is extremely difficult, so that is why I gave it 5 stars.
- Dody Mitchell (Product Buyer)
Despite a few libertarian beliefs that some others might find a bit extreme, overall, these books will serve as excellent tools for parents to teach their children how the free market and a free society works.
I'm glad that there are some valuable lessons included in the book.
- John (Product Buyer)
Economics-wise, they do explain the economic concept in a manner easily understood by children.
Perfect reading for my 7 year old/first grader. The first time through we read it together including the quotes in the back and the parent section.
- Justin (Product Buyer)
The bright, modern illustrations and simple text make these books easy and approachable for young readers.
The Tuttle Twins series is a great resource for the entire family to learn and discuss these important topics.
A great lesson about government that kept my 8 year old's attention. We even paused it for questions and discussions.
- LS (Product Buyer)
Wow! I am pleased I discovered this series. The stories present lessons in a way I would never had thought to do.
- Hannah (Product Buyer)

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❌ Cons

Mostly, I would have preferred a more neutral teaching tone and no political bias.
The books talked about the government as the “bad guys.” There were several references to the government “stealing” from people.
I wasn’t aware that this was going to be religious based. It also taught principles like the government shouldn’t “force” people to help each other.
Natalie (Product Buyer)
We were very excited about finding a series that tackled issues such as law and economy in an easy to understand language, but we never expected these books to not be secular. The phrase "Our rights are from God" is printed in this book.
Lar Vela (Product Buyer)

👍 Conclusion

The Tuttle Twins books challenges children to learn “adult” ideas—and they love it! We explain these ideas simply, and with helpful illustrations… and we’ve been amazed at how well kids rise to this challenge.
Each book closes with a one-page summary of the book on which the lesson is based, has a short glossary (vocabulary for a school lesson), and five discussion questions.
Overall, They have good knowledge based books to share with your kids. But, you may not agree with everything unless you’re a libertarian. So, If you are satisfied with the concept of the books, then surely go for it.

❔ FAQs

What is the age range?

Their "sweet spot" is kids age 5-11. That's where kids most resonate with the books, and the age where it's most appropriate. They also have many 3- or 4-year-olds who really love the illustrations

Is there any religious content?

Few books in the children's series contains any religious reference; the remaining books—see the list here—have no religious content of any kind.

Do the books have racial diversity?

The Tuttle family, upon which their series is based, is caucasian.

However, the books are filled with guest and recurring characters of various ethnicities, reflecting the beautiful blend that makes your world great!

What are the Activity Workbooks?

Each of their books has an Activity Workbook that goes along with it, with age-appropriate activities that your children can do to keep thinking about the ideas presented in the book.

Do they translate your books?

You can see which languages we have done so far, and which books for each language, at the bottom of their products page.

How can I get a refund?

They provide a no-questions-asked guarantee on the books, Just send them an email to get started.

Please note: this refund does not apply to orders where the customer added the wrong item or an undesired quantity of books to their order. The customer is required to mail them back at the customer's cost.

Are the books and curriculum related?

They recently launched the Free Market Rules curriculum, which is a weekly delivery of economic content.


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