Tuttle Twins

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Tuttle Twins is a high quality book/TV series that tells children about concepts including economic freedom and personal responsibility, such as the law, by Connor Boyack.[1][2] The books are illustrated by Elijah Stanfield. The TV show is by David Harmon and Daniel Harmon. The first episode of the TV show was published on February 25, 2021.


The main characters are Ethan Tuttle and Emily Tuttle. They learn from the adults around them, such as on trips. In the TV show, they go with their grandmother and her raccoon, Derek (Tuttle Twins)|Derek in time for further explanation. In the TV show, the twins are often bullied by a girl named Karen.


The plot of the books and TV show is to make young children learn lessons. In the Credit (creative arts) of each episode of the TV show, the twins sing the lesson as a song and dance.

Features included only in the books


At the end of each book, a glossary containing words found in the book is there. All the words are on the left of each line and are bold, followed by a hyphen, then followed by a definition of the word.

Choose Your Consequence Books

Later after the story books were published, Connor and Elijah released a chapter book series called "Choose Your Consequence."
List of Books:

Tuttle Twins Choose Your Consequence Books
Book Name Page Count
The Tuttle Twins and the Hyperinflation Devastation 412
The Tuttle Twins and the Little Pink House 508
The Tuttle Twins and the Case of the Broken Window 284


  1. [1] - The Daily Signal
    "A high quality children’s TV series that teaches children concepts such as economic freedom and personal responsibility didn’t exist a year ago. But now, “Tuttle Twins” is redefining pro-American entertainment for children."
  2. [2] - Cathyduffyreviews
    "Connor Boyack has created The Tuttle Twins books, an outstanding series of 12 books that teaches important concepts about economics, government, and personal responsibility through child-friendly stories. ..." (read more on cathyduffyreviews.com/homeschool-reviews-core-curricula/economics/the-tuttle-twins-series)

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