‘WE WON!!’ Kirk Cameron’s wholesome children’s books WILL be heard at ‘drag queen story hour’ libraries that had denied him entry

Some libraries tried to say there was no room at the inn for Kirk Cameron’s Christian-themed children’s books during the story hours.

You’re familiar with the story hour concept. The thing libraries across America use as a way to let drag queens do half-naked, sex-themed freak shows to indoctrinate children? Those. Those were denying a wholesome book reading for children. Big surprise.

You’ll be amazed to learn that the David French wing didn’t jump up to defend Kirk Cameron’s right to teach children that it’s okay to believe in something other than smut.

But Cameron fought the libraries and he won.

“I’m happy that the two libraries changed their decision and will allow my voice to be heard and my book to be read,” Cameron told Fox News this weekend. “I hope that this victory acts as a source of courage for Christians and conservatives across the country to be brave and not back down, making sure that we are the salt of the earth and the light of the darkness.”

From Fox:

In short, “they caved,” his publisher told Fox News Digital this weekend.

The public libraries — both of which held “drag queen story hours” in their facilities this past June, as well as other programs that promote and celebrate diversity of thought and belief — now are in communication with his publisher about the bookings for his story hour program for kids, he said.

Fox News Digital was shown the email exchanges between him and the two libraries as proof of the forward progress, as well as the details of the room bookings for later this month at the libraries.

Cameron, a well-known actor, writer and producer who first found fame on the TV sitcom “Growing Pains,” is the author of the new book, “As You Grow.”

It’s an illustrated children’s book and part of a series that celebrates the positive qualities of kindness, joy, patience, compassion and other biblical values.

The book is published by Brave Books as part of its monthly subscription books service for families and children.

Cameron will appear first at the Indianapolis Public Library on the Thursday after Christmas, then on Friday the 30th at the Scarsdale Public Libary in New York — which is about 25 or so miles outside the city.

This is a big win for free speech over the forces of darkness that threaten the very existence of a free world.

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