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MELP Featured Selection

MELP Featured Selection

Blitz: Trump Will Smash the Left and Win
by David Horowitz

David Horowitz’s latest book, Blitz, includes the newest definitions of words commonly used in 2020. Resistance is defined as a “strategy that is opposed to the most basic principles and core freedoms on which America was built: freedom of conscience, freedom of speech, and the sovereignty of the people through a free vote.”

These are words Americans must understand and be prepared to address from our grandchildren, high school students and sadly, some of us in our worship groups. We recommend Blitz as a quick read for those already steeped in the latest news. It is a worthy read for those new to the Marxist strategies predominant in our religious centers, elementary schools, and workplaces. 

Other concepts defined: Green Communism, Open Borders, Identity Politics, Hostility to Religious Liberty and the First Amendment, Support for Criminals and Contempt for the Law bring to the printed page the reality of the loud and riotous anarchists destroying cities across our land. Pick up this new book, and when you are finished with it, leave it at an airport waiting room or donate it to a local library. There are too many people who are unaware of the cult strength of this movement to anarchy. 

After you’ve read this book, pick up a Constitution of the United States and review it. Share.

 

About MELP

The Mamie Eisenhower Library Project (MELP) is the NFRW’s oldest program, celebrating nearly 60 years of book donations from an approved list to schools, libraries, hospitals and other public institutions.

In 1961, the NFRW established the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project as a memorial honoring the former Republican First Lady who served for decades as a military wife and prepared the family home for over 30 moves during President Eisenhower’s military service to our country. Born in Iowa and moving to the South as a child, Mrs. Eisenhower was active in financial decisions in her home and often said that a woman’s independence was based upon her own ability to save money. She practiced fiscal responsibility as a First Lady, often clipping recipes for the White House Chef to prepare using boxed cake mixes as they were cheaper than baking from scratch.
 
Each biennium, the NFRW Literacy and Education Committee compiles a list of books that reflect Republican conservative beliefs of self-reliance, freedom and independence. In 1992, tapes and videos were added to the list. In 2020, DVDs and streaming services were added to the list. These books, both adult and children’s levels, are intended to be donated to public libraries, all schools, and hospitals to provide reading material to a wide variety of children and adults in our communities. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many clubs expanded to reading children’s books online through social media to a nation’s children not able to enter school buildings.

Club participation in the Mamie Eisenhower Library Project is one of the requirements for receiving the NFRW Achievement Awards, which are given out at NFRW’s biennial convention.

 

Bookplates

Clubs, please use the NFRW Literacy and Education Committee’s downloadable MELP Bookplate inside the front cover of each donated book as a way for consumers to know where the materials came from in your library. Your clubs reflect the generosity of Mamie Eisenhower when sharing free education.

To download and print the MELP Bookplate template, login and visit the Digital Resource Library

Please share details about your donated items (ie., what, when, how many) with the NFRW Literacy and Education Committee. The committee will report on donations each January.

 

Recommendations

Additions to the MELP Recommended Book List are made annually. The committee encourages recommendations from members.

 


MEMBER TIP: Download past MELP Book Lists by logging in and visiting the Digital Resource Library.


 

Riglee Raccoon Super Reader Books

 

Riglee Rolls an Easter Egg

Riglee Rolls an Easter Egg
by Lori Piotrowski and Michelle Hirstius
Riglee Raccoon is so excited! She and brother Robbie are going to the White House Easter Egg Roll! Riglee reads about how the annual Egg Roll began and learns what games children play. Who will win the Egg Roll race? Available on Amazon

 

Riglee Celebrates Thanksgiving

Riglee Celebrates Thanksgiving
by Lori Piotrowski and Michelle Hirstius
Riglee Raccoon loves Thanksgiving! Riglee looks at the history of Thanksgiving and explores some of the traditions of her favorite holiday. Available on Amazon


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