Bethany Mandel joins to discuss her new children’s book series called Heroes of Liberty. The books focus on American values in an entertaining and engaging way, bringing magic and joy back to your child’s bedtime. So, if you are a parent or grandparent or an aunt or uncle and are concerned about the woke children’s literature lining the shelves of your local bookstore, the classroom, and pages of Amazon, then this podcast episode is for you.


Bethany Mandel is a contributing writer for Deseret News and an editor at She frequently writes for the New York Post and the Spectator. In the recent past, she has written for the New York TimesWashington PostCNNFox NewsDaily Mail, and The Atlantic, among others. She is a stay-at-home mother of five, homeschooling her children. She lives with her husband Seth and their children in Silver Spring, Maryland, just outside of Washington D.C. She is often a guest on Fox News and radio outlets across the country.

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