Dubs Goes to Washington
...and Discovers the Greatness of America
& Clayton J. Liotta (Author, Illustrator)
Dubs Goes to Washington and Discovers the Greatness of America is a book that teaches young children their first patriotic lessons. The star of the book is Dubs, their adorable golden retriever. Dubs has lost his beloved tennis ball in Washington, D.C. Kids from 4-8 will love helping Dubs find it - and, in the process, will discover what makes America such an exceptional nation.
Dick and his wife, Eileen decided to write this book because they couldn't find books for their young friends that teach them about our great country, our important institutions, and our heroes. Too often, our schools and publishers ignore these important subjects or relegate them to adults. But, as we all know, you're never too young to be a patriot!
Dubs Goes to Washington gives parents and grandparents the perfect vehicle for introducing our patriotic heritage to our children. This delightful history and civics lesson will be a favorite bedtime story for your family. Kids will learn a little about our founding fathers, our patriotic traditions, the message of our national monuments, and the importance of our war heroes who fought for our freedom.
These beautifully illustrated lessons show some of the things that make America an exceptional nation. And it's fun for kids, too. Dubs' yellow tennis ball is hidden in each of the drawings, and kids have to search to find it.
We know you're proud of what makes America great. Now you and Dubs can remind your little ones of our cultural and historical foundations. Take a trip through Washington with Dubs!
ABOUT THE AUTHORS: Dick & Eileen have been married for thirty-four years. Together, they have written nine New York Times best sellers. One of the most prominent American political consultants, Dick Morris is well known for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting and clear commentary on Fox News Channel. Dick and Eileen write daily columns on U.S. politics for their Web site dickmorris.com and have been columnists for the New York Post and contributors to National Review and many other publications.