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Ten Little Liberals: A Hilarious Guide to the Radicalism of the Left

A great present for any conservative for both Hanukkah or Christmas.

Yehuda Remer, the author of the incredibly well received and immensely important Safety On: An Introduction to the World of Firearms for Children, hits it out of the park once again with a new book that does a great job at parodying the Left and the stereotypical social justice warrior mindset.

Remer’s latest book, Ten Little Liberals: A Tale of Hope, consists of rhymes that count down from ten Leftists to one. The book starts with ten stereotypical Leftists standing in a line for food stamps and each rhyme ends in one of the Leftists being confronted with a conservative fact, causing them to run to their “safe space”. Eventually, there is only one left, who rallies back the previous nine to riot again. The books conclusion (I can’t ruin it for you because it’s probably 2 of the best pages in the book) will not only make conservatives cheer but will easily explain the subtitle of the book, A Tale of Hope. Trust me, a happy ending indeed.

In addition to the hilarious take on the country’s current political climate and the stereotypical Left, Ten Little Liberals also consists of designs and drawings that perfectly compliment the rhyme on each page. Despite the illustrations being all in black and white, they add perfectly to the satire and bring the book to life. But possibly the main aspect to the book is how on target it is by perfectly parodying and caricaturing Leftist stereotypes, such as hippie pacifists, Antifa rioters, radical feminists and socialist academics. While it is meant as parody, it is a precise observation of how radical the Left has become.

Lastly, with Christmas and Hanukkah just around the corner, this book is perfect gift. With a price of only $10 on Amazon, this book is a perfect stocking stuffer for any conservative family members (or liberal ones if you want to stir the pot) or the perfect book to give out on each of the 8 days of Hanukkah.

I’ve bought two and rest assured, more will be ordered for family and friends.

Follow Jeremy Frankel on Twitter @frankeljeremy.

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