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Promoting Ag Literacy in Schools One Story at a Time

In episode three of “The Heart Of Rural America,” Amanda Radke talks about the importance of sharing our agricultural stories with our nation's youth. She shares how we can impact the next generation of consumers to be empowered and informed on where their food comes from with sweet and simple stories.

As the author of eight children’s books, Amanda shares why she got started writing books; how she is debunking misconceptions about animal agriculture one story at a time; which animal rights activist groups have infiltrated schools with their own curriculum, and how Scholastic Magazine is telling a generation of kids to skip a cheeseburger to save the planet.

Beautifully illustrated by western artist Michelle Weber Studio and produced by their publishing company, Ag Storytellers, their collection of titles include:

- Levi's Lost Calf

- Can-Do Cowkids

- A Home Run For Peanuts

- The Soil Quilt

- BEEF Strong

- C is for Care

- Faith, Family, Freedom

- Roll, Spread, Sprinkle, Bake

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