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LibertyBelle Books Teach Children About Freedom

MISS KITTY IS A PRIMER ON THE MEANING OF FREEDOM
Her story teaches children the elemental components of freedom in a
humorous, entertaining and fashion.  When Miss Kitty is made to
appear before the House Too American Activities Committee (HTAC)
for her protest of the National Mandatory Indoor Cat Act of 2008, her
Republican principles are put to the test with the often ludicrous
questions and comments she must bear at the hands of five far left
Democrat congressional representatives.

MISS KITTY EXPOSES THE LUNACY OF LEFTIST
IDEOLOGY
Miss Kitty, however, not only holds her own with the committee, she
exposes their hypocrisy, and the idiocy of leftist political ideas such as
the disregard for property rights, the thievery of wealth by those in
control, nationalization of private companies, and other current day
phenomena such as media bias, America bashing, disrespect of the
office of the presidency, the ridicule of patriotism, etc.

MISS KITTY TEACHES CHILDREN THAT MORALITY
COUNTS
Miss Kitty also teaches the dangers of hating one’s enemies, the
difference between voluntary altruism and state re-distribution of
wealth, the immorality of those who believe that the means justify the
end, and other issues of morality.

MISS KITTY IS SOPHISTICATED AND CUTTING EDGE
Author Susanna Lohse tells Miss Kitty’s story in a light and humorous
fashion, using some of the most memorable remarks made by
Democrats in an election year, like: “. . . spread the wealth,”  “. . . we
have a planet to save,”
” . . .Cuba, Venezuela, Iran, . . . are no threat to us,” “. . . socialize” . . .
the oil companies, etc.

Purchase at LibertyBelle Publishing, Inc.



WHAT MAKES FREEDOM SO PRECIOUS?
There is one thing that all evil people have in common, and that is that they
are always on the take.  They want to take your favorite things.  They want to
take your home.  They want your hard earned money.  And the most evil of
them all, are the ones who create “legal” ways of taking what belongs to you.
Ultimately, the most evil of all, rob you of your right to live and let live as you
wish.  They can’t stand it that there are knights, so noble, who are willing to
die to protect you, and your desire to live free.  This story has a most
unusual soldier who comes to the rescue of Emmy and her brother in a
most dramatic event.  Unusual, because he isn’t even human.

WHY YOU CAN’T HAVE FREEDOM IF YOU CAN’T OWN YOUR OWN
PROPERTY
Imagine you’re a slave living on a plantation before the civil war – what was
the law?  Slaves were not allowed to own property.  Why?  Because it would
make them free.  Why?  Because if you are made to depend on someone
else and have no choice but to live on land you have to share (like your
parent’s house, or government owned property, or a commune, or a
plantation) you have to follow the rules of whomever is dominant – like a
government bureaucracy, or a dictator, or a plantation owner, or your parents
(and you know what that’s like).  It’s kind of like having a bunch of chickens
sharing a pen and there’s always one or two mean roosters constantly
chasing around the hens and harassing them.  Now if those hens could get
their own pen, they could get away from those roosters, and be free at last,
free at last.  And besides, if a slave owned land, he could at least sell it to
buy his own freedom.  Now we don’t expect those of you who live in Rio
Linda to grasp this complicated concept, but for the rest of you, it’s easy!

THE IMPORTANCE OF HOME AND FAMILY
If we told you too much, it would give the story away.  Let’s just say that
Emmy’s ultimate wish, is to be part of a loving family.

TRADITIONAL VALUES
The story is set in the 1950’s (the last traditional values decade of the
Twentieth Century), and paints contrasting portraits between a mother who
devotes herself to her children and one who devotes herself to, well, herself!
All is seen through the eyes of Emmy, the protagonist, and of course, you
the reader.

Purchase at LibertyBelle Publishing, Inc.

Attention:  Homeschoolers
“Miss Kitty: The Republican Cat” Tea Parties
make learning conservative principles fun!
Click Here to Download Lesson One
Click Here to Download Lesson Two
Click Here to Download Lesson Three
Click Here to Download Lesson Four
Click Here to Download Lesson Five
Cut-out Puppets Included!

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