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I Know My Rights

A Children's Guide to the Bill of Rights and Individual Liberty

The first in an upcoming series for children, I Know My Rights is a fun and comprehensive introduction to the Bill of Rights and the fundamental concepts of Voluntaryism and Self-Ownership. Complete with its own glossary and an index containing all twenty seven Amendments, it's perfect for middle grade children to read and return to as a reference guide. For younger readers, it's a wonderful experience for parents and children to read together.

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"I Know My Rights is a profound and informative book about a fascinating topic that needs to be discussed more, and I have to admit that I Know My Rights, written by the talented Rory Margraf, is one of the best books on the subject on the market today. You may be thinking "how can a book about law be entertaining?!" but trust me book lovers when I write that it is a superb book that is full of many intriguing facts that will make children, and even adults feel pure enjoyment." - Red Headed Book Lover

"As a parent who loves America and wants to pass on its blessings to the next generation, I am so thankful our family found this book. It is a great tool to help talk and educate your children in a way I am sure they will understand. You will be glad you did!" - My Four and More 

"I Know My Rights is a must read for children and adults, as well. Therefore, Artisan Book Reviews is very confident in recommending I Know My Rights by Rory Margraf to all readers, citizens and especially for children and teens. It is a remarkable, interesting and notable book. It is short and satisfying. Get your child, or yourself, a copy and learn about the Bill of Rights, your liberty and the law in an enjoyable, quick and easy way." - Artisan Book Reviews

"If a man does not keep pace with his companions, perhaps it is because he hears a different drummer. Let him step to the music which he hears, however measured or far away."

Henry David Thoreau