• For a LIMITED TIME ONLY, we offer you The Tuttle Twins *Complete Collection* at the discounted price of $99.99! ORDER NOW and get FREE SHIPPING!
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  • (Book 1 of the series) Book Type: Paperback Children are often taught that government protects our life, liberty, and property, but could it be true that some laws actually allow people to hurt us and take our things?
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  • (Book 2 of the series) Book Type: Paperback Based on the famous essay "I, Pencil" by Leonard Read, this installment of the Tuttle Twins children's book series helps young kids learn about the free market.
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  • (Book 3 of the series) Book Type: Paperback Join the Tuttle twins in their exciting third adventure as they uncover the mystery of how a powerful creature is stealing their grandparents hard-earned savings, and how they can fight back to protect the money they make in their family business!
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  • (Book 4 of the series) Book Type: Paperback Disruptive businesses often fight against their crony competitors and their allies in government. Ethan and Emily witness this firsthand with their food truck friends as they embark on a campaign to win public support and overturn the laws that shut them down.
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  • (Book 5 of the series) Book Type: Paperback History abounds with examples of government officials making decisions, well-intentioned or otherwise, that harm others. Unfortunately, these unintended consequences are never anticipated and rarely considered once they occur. As the Tuttle Twins find in their latest adventure, central planning can ruin peoples lives.
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  • (Book 6 of the series) Book Type: Paperback People throughout the world strongly disagree on many things, yet there is one universal principle "Golden Rule" as its often called upon which many people do agree: we should treat others the way we want to be treated in return.
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  • (Book 7 of the series) Book Type: Paperback In a world filled with consumers, what happens if the producers give up and leave? And how can people better practice personal responsibility and not have a sense of entitlement about the things they think they deserve?
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  • Book Type: Paperback (Book 8 of the series) How does a child become an entrepreneur? While most people prefer the relative safety of working at a job for somebody else, others are more interested in the independence, excitement, and creative problem solving that are all part of starting our own business and being an entrepreneur. But as Ethan and Emily Tuttle learn in their latest adventure, being an entrepreneur isn't easy -- especially when you're up against some tough competition. Join the twins as they dive into the ins and outs of becoming business owners, solving the many problems that pop up along the way.
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  • (Book 9 of the series) Enter Murray Rothbard, author of Anatomy of the State, whose book teaches the Tuttle Twins that the fate of the future and all of humanity depends on thinking of ways we can work together peacefully, to build a better society without relying on coercion.
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  • Book Type: Paperback (Book 10 of the series) Ethan and Emily Tuttle have spent several years in school being graded on the quality of their work. But after hearing an award-winning teacher discuss some problems with schooling and share a vision for how children are best educated, the Tuttle family decides to embark on a new learning adventure.
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  • Book Type: Paperback (Book 11 of the series) Why do people make the choices they do? Now that they ve made some money, Ethan and Emily Tuttle begin to wonder how they can put it to good use and earn even more. So the idea of a Children s Entrepreneur Market is born, which can help them find other kids who might want to borrow their money to build their small business. But as the twins soon learn thanks to the ideas from Human Action by Ludwig von Mises this is risky business. People have different incentives for why they make the choices they do, and certain choices can cause their market to become messed up!
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