EXCLUSIVE: Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, explained how his recent children’s book is a fable meant to warn about the dangers of cancel culture.
“You’ve got reach all audiences,” Crenshaw told Fox News in an interview. “Parents are increasingly frustrated by their school’s curriculum. They can go find left-wing progressive and woke children’s books out there. It’s pretty hard to find exclusively conservative-themed children’s products.”
Explaining how Brave Books approached him about the project, Crenshaw said he saw it as an opportunity to fill that void.
“Fame, Blame, and the Raft of Shame” is the fourth in a series of titles by conservative authors from Brave Books.
Founded by CEO Trent Talbot earlier this year, the conservative publisher seeks to be “a conservative alternative to the current cultural activism that our children are being taught in schools, in the entertainment they watch and the books they read,” according to its website.
Brave Books circumvents Amazon by offering parents one book per month for an annual subscription. Other authors have included Ashley St. Clair, Elizabeth Johnson, and Jack Posobiec.
“I think the way they do it is pretty cool, using a variety of different conservative authors who write about different themes within the same sort of universe,” Crenshaw