Rush Limbaugh has written a kid's book called--wait for it--"Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims: Time-Travel Adventures with Exceptional Americans." It's being published on October 29th.
Here is the cover:
Eagle-eyed readers might have noticed that Limbaugh appears to have turned himself into American revolutionary hero Paul Revere--an audacious move, certainly. Rush Revere also happens to be the main character in Limbaugh's iced tea line, "Two If By Tea."
Here's how Limbaugh described the book:
Rush Revere is a substitute school teacher at a middle school anywhere in America, and he will take a couple of students with him to the first Thanksgiving, and they will learn all about it. Again it is a unique way of reaching the target audience here, which is America's young people -- who are, sadly, not being taught what is in this book. And what's in this book is the historical record, accurate historical record of the Pilgrims. It's who they were, why they existed, where they were, how they got here, what they did when they got here, and what they did and why it mattered and related to the founding of this country.
There's also going to be an audiobook, which we assume Limbaugh will be reading. All parents will probably want to tuck their children in at night and switch on the smooth sounds of Rush Limbaugh holding forth about American history.