If you relied on the words of your liberal press (i.e. everyone in the print and broadcast media besides FOX), you'd think that the Bush Twins were nothing but spoiled, irresponsible, drunken floozies who probably don't like Black people too. Well, thank God for something called the TRUTH which states that they're both college graduates who've done a litany of charity work that's includes teaching impoverished kids around the globe, working for organizations such as UNICEF and assisting AIDS patients. Come to find out today that Jenna and her mom (a former teacher herself) are coming out with a children's book even. Amazing what you can learn when you bother to do your own research instead of believing the lies your leftwing press fabricates on the daily.
Laura Bush and her daughter Jenna will write a children's book about a mischievous boy who likes to do everything but read, HarperCollins Publishers announced this morning. The book, loosely based on both authors' experiences as teachers, will be published in spring 2008 in English and Spanish and will be illustrated by Denise Brunkus, who also illustrated the popular "Junie B., First Grader" series.
The collaboration has no title yet, and the amount of the advance is not being disclosed, Sandee Roston, executive director of publicity said. However, according to a press release from the publisher, the authors' net proceeds and part of the publisher's proceeds will be donated to two teacher programs, Teach for America and The New Teacher Project. In addition, HarperCollins will donate $1,000,000 worth of books for children to schools and public libraries when the picture books is publishment.
Laura Bush taught in Dallas, Houston and Austin public schools after receiving a master's degree in library science from the University of Texas at Austin. Jenna Bush, who graduated from her mother's alma mater in 2004 with a degree in English, taught in Central and South America for UNICEF and has written a nonfiction book for young adults, "Ana's Story: A Journey of Hope," about a 17-year-old single mother who is HIV-positive. That book is due out September 28.