"My Parents Open Carry" is a new children's book that teaches kids about the Second Amendment and carrying a firearm for self-defense.

The Second Amendment and the practice of carrying a gun for self-defense are not topics one would typically associate with a children’s book, but that’s exactly what “My Parents Open Carry” addresses within its pages.

According to Breitbart, the goal of the new children’s book, written by Brian G. Jeffs and Nathan R. Nephew — co-founders of Michigan Open Carry — is to teach kids about the basic rights protected by the Second Amendment, and how those rights are exercised throughout the country by carrying a firearm for self-defense.

“My Parents Open Carry was written in the hope of providing a basic overview of the right to keep and bear arms as well as the growing practice of the open carry of a handgun,” the book website states. “We fear our children are being raised with a biased view of our Constitution and especially in regards to the 2nd Amendment. Before writing this, we looked for pro-gun children’s books and couldn’t find any. Our goal was to provide a wholesome family book that reflects the views of the majority of the American people, i.e. that self-defense is a basic natural right and that firearms provide the most efficient means for that defense.”

As Brietbart reports, the book’s central character is 13-year-old Brenna Strong, whose family — mother Bea and father Richard — practice the legal carry of handguns when they are out together.

This book aims to teach families about the “growing practice of open carry, the 2nd Amendment, and the right and responsibility of self-defense,” the website states.

“My Parents Open Carry” is available for purchase in book form or as a PDF.

Read more: http://www.breitbart.com

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