Readers Digest in association with Conservative central office today launched a series of short, colourful, educational books which they hope will emulate the success of the ladybird books of the past.
Aimed at explaining politics to children aged 5-12 years of age in a fun, easy to read and understand format, the Secretary of state for education Damian Hinds, said today that it is never too soon for children to learn about Politics and how our country is governed.
The first books to be published, Remember the poor at Christmas… they will burgle your house and Corbyn closed my Daddy’s Loophole are both beautifully illustrated by up and coming artist, Jessica Rabbett, the daughter of a famous Boris Johnson paternity suit of the 80’s.
Other books in the pipeline include:
Democracy and how to get around it
I’m Tory and born to rule
Keep the Labourers labouring
Home Economics – Tasty Pet Recipes for Socialism Regimes.
Minority? Report!: A guide to the Home Office
Educating Rita to know her place!
National Assets and How to Flog Them Off
Let’s get ready for Gordonstoun
My Daddy’s Something in The City
Meals for One (quid)
How mummy disciplines the help
How to outrun the bigger boys in the dorm.
How to bring down a Prime Minister
Are Janet And John Really Equals?
Dick And Jane Donate Spot To A Food Bank
Mo Takes Sharon To Iraq And The Levant
Keith and Magda Steal Grandma’s Pension
Are all expected to be included in next year’s compulsory reading list for all the primary schools in the country that are still open.
Hat-tips to – riesler Benvoleo Chipchase Crayon