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Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way

Among the deluge of praise for our NR kids books — from some pretty distinguished folks — is this from none other than George Will:

“National Review, having done so much to make government safe for subsequent generations, has now turned its attention to making those rising generations suited to self-government. These treasuries of children’s literature will delight young readers, and improve them without making them aware that anything so annoying is going on.”

Thanks Mr. Will — we couldn’t have said it better. Now, with Christmas looming, may we suggest NROers delight young readers and order any or all of our great titles: the original edition or “Volume Two” of The National Review Treasury of Classic Children’s Literature, and our new book designed especially for new and beginiing readers, The National Review Treasury of Classic Bedtime Stories (a lavishly illustrated collection of beautful stories by the great Thornton Burgess). They are the perfect Christmas gifts (they’ll not only last a lifetime — they’ll influence a child’s entire life!). Order here.


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