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Bronx, New York (PRWeb) December 3, 2006 -- In the tradition of children's books that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike, John H. Wilson's Hot House Flowers, is an atypical tale about loyalty to and defense of one's country against illegal immigration . Wilson offers perspective on this national issue in a unique format, teaching children about patriotism in a book that is also meaningful for adults.
Using the metaphor of flowers outside a greenhouse wanting to join those inside, Hot House Flowers also possesses a religious subtext with which Christian parents will identify. With carefully chosen language and a colorful assortment of illustrations by Ukrainian-born artist Marina Tsesarskaya, Wilson emphasizes that the diversity on which America prides itself must be regulated and protected from within in order to preserve our national character.
Readers concerned about the effects of unregulated immigration on the daily lives of American citizens and who support the active defense of their country will find the lessons in Hot House Flowers potent and potable for minds young and old.
For more information, please contact representative DeAnne Merey by phone at (646) 785-9594 and email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hot House Flowers is available for sale online at Amazon.com, Borders.com, and through additional wholesale and retail channels worldwide.
About the Author
Elected in 2004 in Bronx County, New York, John H. Wilson currently serves as a Judge in the Criminal Court of Brooklyn, New York. Previously the Law Chairman of the Bronx County Conservative Party, Judge Wilson was born in the Bronx and graduated from Fordham University and Pace University School of Law. In the late 1980s, Wilson served as Assistant District Attorney in Bronx County. He currently resides in New York.
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