Rush Limbaugh Writes Children’s Book

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Rush's New Book Cover (Image Credit: Amazon.com)

Rush Limbaugh has a new job title – children’s book author.

The firey talk radio host announced the book details on his show and emphasized his excitement about the project. The new book is called Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans and the main character, Rush Revere, is reportedly a substitute school teacher. As the tale unfolds, Revere takes students back in time with him to experience history.

Limbaugh described the new literary effort this way, “It’s just the truthful history of the Pilgrims, who they were, where they came from, why they came here, what happened when they got here.  The true story of Thanksgiving.  There’s no politics in this.  Ages 10 to 13, something like that, is the age group it’s written for, but it’s for everybody. 

The book is a way, folks, of teaching what isn’t being taught.  People ask me all the time what they can do beyond voting to effect change in the country.  And I ask myself that, too, what can I do besides the radio show?”

The book will be available October 29th and is available for preorder on Amazon.com.