For nearly two years, the creator of the influential Libs of TikTok account on Twitter revealed the madness of left-wing zealots in anonymity.
But no more.
Not only has Chaya Raichik increasingly become a fixture in conservative media, but she’s also now gone public with a new venture.
Raichik has written a children’s book aimed at 4- to 8-year-olds that encourages them to defy teachers who want them to keep secrets from their parents.
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It builds off the theme of her famous Twitter account, which has nearly 2 million followers.
According to the New York Post, “No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern” shares the of a second-grade lamb named Rose whose new teacher, Mr. Wooly, is more inclined to give students sweets than actually teaching them about math and reading.
Mr. Wooly advises the little lambs to not tell their parents about the sweet treats. Mr. Wooly, it turns out, is actually a wolf.
“I wanted to do the next step, which is to give parents and children a tool that they can use to actually be able to spot predatory behavior,” she told the Post.
“This book basically teaches children that if there is a trusted adult or an authority who’s telling you to keep secrets from your parents…then that is a big red flag.”
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Raichik acknowledged on her Substack page that she borrowed the theme from “Little Red Riding Hood.”
But she updated it with a modern twist that subtly attacks the left-wing grooming ideology of many public schools, where parents, especially those who challenge the LGBTQ agenda, are cast as the villains.
“Mr. Wooly tells his students things like, “Don’t worry about what your parents said,” “You can trust me,” and “My class is a safe space,’” Raichik wrote.
“These are the very phrases that predators in authority positions use on children. Without a strong foundation of trust in her family, Rose may not have felt that twinge of uncertainty alarming her that something was off.”
“As children surpass their toddler years, they begin launching into various social situations in which they no longer have their parents present,” she added.
“Whether it’s at school, sports practice, or a friend’s house, children reach the age where they must make decisions and discern on their own. That is why parents must instill strong morals and values in their children before they get launched into the real world.”
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Raichik also insisted she must keep speaking out despite the hatred directed at her by leftists because she believes children are at risk.
“They can call me whatever they want, they can blame whatever they want on me, but I’m not going to stop doing this work,” Raichik told the Post.
The book is published by Brave Books, the same publisher used by actor and author Kirk Cameron, who saw libraries cancel reading of his own faith-based book as he tried to contrast that with drag-queen story hours escapades.
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