As the eye-catching title and funny cover suggests, this is a fully-illustrated children's book -- but with a difference. It could have been subtitled "A Child's Introduction to Conservatism."
In easy prose, the author introduces us to brothers Tommy and Lou, a couple of good kids who "ate most of their vegetables, did their chores, tried not to fight over their toys ...said their prayers at bedtime" -- and decided that they wanted a swing set. Mom, who has a picture of Ronald Reagan on her wall, suggests that they'll appreciate the swing set if they work hard for it, and earn it. From her, the boys hit on the idea of earning the money by opening a lemonade stand, using the fruit-laden tree in their own back yard.
NOTE: I received this book as a gift from the publisher through Mind & Media.