Help! Mom! The 9th Circuit Nabbed the Nativity (Hardcover)
By Katharine DeBrecht
Illustrated by Jim HummelFind the other books in this series here.
Katharine DeBrecht and Jim Hummel, the team that brought you the first two "HELP! MOM!" books, "There are Liberals Under My Bed!" and "Hollywood’s in My Hamper!" are back, with their funniest, most outrageous adventure yet.
George Washington Elementary's Christmas program was sure to be the best ever, until wacky liberals and activist judges got into the act (and in front of the TV cameras). One mysterious old document could save the day – but can Johnny and Luke find it before "The First Noel" becomes "The First Toenail?"
With their Christmas pageant in jeopardy, can Miss Bardin’s third-grade class save the holidays?
Johnny and Luke loved being in Miss Bardin’s third-grade class – especially at Christmas time, when the class put on its annual pageant, complete with a nativity scene and even an obliging donkey! But when Senator Weary, Al Snore, Congresswoman Clunkton and the whole 9th Circuit court show up demanding an end to the fun and festivities in the name of diversity, global warming and stinky French cheese, all is almost lost – until Johnny, Luke and an unexpected hero armed with a mysterious piece of paper unite to save Christmas.
Like every "HELP! MOM!" book, "9th Circuit" has something for both kids and their parents. Young readers will love following along with the lively story while singing the ridiculous (but very politically correct) new lyrics for "The First Noel":
"The First Toe Nail, the liberals did say
Was that the harder people work
The more taxes they pay … "
… while parents will enjoy the cartoon antics of prominent liberals doing what they do best – minding everyone else’s business. And just like every "HELP! MOM!" book, "The 9th Circuit Nabbed the Nativity!" should also prove popular with adults looking to laugh at the endless foibles of liberals.
Can busybody Congresswoman Clunkton take the “ho ho ho” out of the holidays? Not with Mom on the case! Join gifted storyteller Katharine DeBrecht and award-winning illustrator Jim Hummel as they share another small lesson in conservatism.