Kids Are Americans Too

Kobo ebook | March 17, 2009

byBill O'Reilly, Charles Flowers

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Four-time #1 bestselling author and veteran television news journalist Bill O'Reilly has more than 5 million copies of his books in print to date! His first book for young fans, The O'Reilly Factor for Kids, held the honorable distinction of being the #1 bestselling nonfiction title for kids in 2005 according to Nielsen's The Book Standard.

Back again with a dialogue on rights that will have everyone talking, O'Reilly and his coauthor Charles Flowers dole out the kind of blunt, cogent, commonsense commentary you count on them for. Together they explore timely questions being debated in and out of courts today, including:
  • Can a kid wear an anti-gay T-shirt on campus?
  • Does a school newspaper have the right to bad-mouth a principal?
  • Does a mother have the right to eavesdrop on her daughter's telephone conversations?

Some of the answers will surprise you. Some will empower you. All will make you think.

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Four-time #1 bestselling author and veteran television news journalist Bill O'Reilly has more than 5 million copies of his books in print to date! His first book for young fans, The O'Reilly Factor for Kids, held the honorable distinction of being the #1 bestselling nonfiction title for kids in 2005 according to Nielsen's The Book Stan...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:March 17, 2009Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0061746169

ISBN - 13:9780061746161

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Super interesting Bill O'Reilly can be rather repetitive and verbose for my taste but this book was a really interesting read. Aside from how the book is written and conveyed, the content is very important and good to know. It discusses rights and freedoms for those of us who are underage. What the law does and does not permit in one's household, school, workplace and public grounds. It's a real eye opener to "where one person's rights end and another's begin" -O'Reilly. Although it is written and directed at young people, adults would take interest in reading this book. I highly recommend it.
Date published: 2009-07-03