‘No More Secrets – The Candy Cavern’ by Chaya Raichick

2024-02-25 11:00:48

The last time we covered Libs of TikTok founder Chaya Raichik, she went viral with the story of 90-year-old Fran Itkoff, who was a lifelong volunteer for the National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society, in honor of her late husband who passed away 20 years ago and who battled MS for decades, and was told not to come back because pronouns.

Raichik is also a passionate defender of children, who are now continuously bombarded in schools with the latest woke insanity and destructive pseudoscience. Her sharing of open admissions of social- and gender-‘justice’ advocates who share material on Tik Tok and Instragram has been exceptionally illuminating regarding the new dangers our precious boys and girls are being exposed to.

While social media has been Raichik’s venue to promote her efforts at protecting children from sexual and emotional predators, she is now entering a new medium: Children’s literature. I had a chance to read her book, No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern, and wanted to share a few thoughts with our friends at Legal Insurrection.

The children’s tale stresses the importance of children being honest with their parents about what is happening in their lives, especially at school. The book is written for ages 4-8 and is essentially a modern twist on the familiar Grimm’s-style “big bad wolf” fairy tale.

While my son (who is poised to graduate from the U.S. Air Force Academy in May) is a little old for the book, I found No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern to be an excellent discussion resource for parents to help provide their children a not-too-scary lesson on real world predators and actions to take should targeted children become worried, suspicious, or frightened.

Raichik’s clear message is for children to trust and share everything with their parents, especially when there is encouragement by authority figures to keep secrets. Sadly, we live in an era where this lesson has truly got to be taught as early as possible. For example, we most recently covered the story of New York mother Jennifer Vitsaxaki, who filed a federal complaint against the Skaneateles Central School District, alleging school staff were treating her 12-year-old daughter “Jane” as a boy, referring to her with a new masculine name and new third-person pronouns—all without her parents’ knowledge or consent.

The book is beautifully illustrated by James Scrawl, and colorfully supports Raichik’s message in a way that would be fun for younger children to follow and enjoy. And to learn from.

Children who are already reading chapter books may find this tale simplistic. However, the story can be used as a starting point for a more mature discussion regarding identifying predators and their behaviors, and what to do if that happens: tell your parents.

Legal Insurrection readers may want to check out the reviews on the story, which are further proof that Raichik has drawn the ire of woke activists. The Goodreads reviews are loaded with histrionic screeds by Raichik-haters who clearly have not read No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern. The real basis for the hate-reviews is transparently clear and illuminates how effective Raichik’s “Libs of Tik Tok” activism has been.

The reviews on BRAVE Books, a publishing company with an interconnected series of books that celebrate families and honor traditional values, are probably more reliable — given the target audience for No More Secrets: The Candy Cavern.

I give the book 6 stars out of 5—the bonus star out of respect for the rabid reviews by woke activists an 18-page children’s book inspired. If you don’t have a young child, then consider the book as a gift for anyone with young children or for your own roadside free library.


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