Little karl by M. Earl Smith & E. A. Santoli
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Little Karl explains the origins and principles of Marxism in simple terms children can understand
Little Karl is a curious child, always wanting to know everything about the world around him. As he walks through the city with his mother, he asks question after question about what he thinks is wrong with the world and offers his own solutions to make sure everyone has shelter, food, education, work, and comfort.
Many parents, teachers, political scientists, church leaders, and others in leadership roles have trouble explaining Marxism or Marxist theory in a way that children can understand, especially without allowing personal political bias to come into play. Little Karl frames Marxist theory from the perspective of a child and the world they see each day.
Follow along with Little Karl as he and his mother encounter a homeless man looking for work, a skinny puppy starving from lack of food, and many other characters who make the young boy question why everyone can’t live as comfortably as his family.
The core thoughts of Marxist theory are presented through the voice of a young Karl Marx, allowing a new generation to explore Marx’s concepts without preconceived fears. Little Karl allows readers of any age to understand Marxist thought.