With the upcoming presidential election and recently the 'Constitution Day' in September, the interest in the political process is strong
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Little Rock, AR (PRWEB) October 25, 2008
A free online book describing The U.S. Constitution, the men who wrote it and the new freedom it created to a burgeoning nation is now available through The Point 94.1, a Classic Rock radio station in Little Rock, Arkansas, at: http://www.point941.com.
"With the upcoming presidential election and recently the 'Constitution Day' in September, the interest in the political process is strong," said station owner and general manager, Philip Jonsson. "Adventure Tales of the Constitution of the United States uses illustration, humor and drama to convey what has been confusing to many of us in prior elections."
The 56-page book was written by Jody Potts, Ph.D., a historian at Southern Methodist University and a specialist in left and right brain learning techniques. In full color and vividly illustrated, this innovative textbook features a text/illustration format proven to help students learn faster, remember longer, and score higher on tests.
Adventure Tales of the Constitution of the United States (Signal Media Publishers) covers the Confederation Period, The Constitutional Convention, key documents such as the Declaration of Independence, The Constitution of the United States, Anti-Federalist and Federalist writings, as well as landmark Supreme Court decisions.
The Point 94.1 is the leading classic rock radio station in central Arkansas. Part of its mission is to support education and community events that contribute to the well-being of all citizens. For more information on the Adventure Tales series, interested parties may email the station at: teacherhelp @ kkpt.com