Here’s a link to Cherry Tree Media.
Has the culture war made its way to our children’s iPads?
Allan Covert is putting out digital children’s books through Cherry Tree Media that a publicist describes as being “filled with patriotic, American values story themes.” But Covert insists that the books, which are available for the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, are not some political hot potato.
“I don’t feel that pride in America is conservative or liberal,” Covert told POLITICO.
Still, he’s in town this week alongside his business partner Dan Kessler to promote the products through some powerful, conservative channels: Andrew Breitbart hosted Covert and Kessler at his home on Wednesday for a party celebrating the new products and Covert has been hitting up Radio and Bloggers Row at CPAC to get the word out.
The four books in the “American Stories for America’s Kids” series are: “Tex the T. Rex” (“Tex was born in a red, white and blue egg on the Fourth of July. He travels the country with his dog Spot to learn why the United States is so special”). “Special Hops” (“With honor, loyalty, and bravery, Commander Jack Rabbit, Lieutenant Cashmere and Cadet Cottontail protect the farm and keep the animals living in freedom”), “Our Town, USA” (“Our neighbors and friends in Our Town, USA teach us about hard work and what it means to be American”) and “The Eagles” (“Brother Bobby and Sister Sarah Eagle. They have great stories to share!”).
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