Occupy is great, and the idea that we should pass on our experience and values to kids is right on.
But this is more a parent's book than a children's book. It's not the only one - I've seen plenty of these, usually published by conservative christians. It appeals to parents because it has the look of a children's book, but the content is stuff that adults relate to, and kids probably won't. It sometimes uses the simple language and silly imagination common to children's books, and other times goes into complicated ideas which are uninteresting/irrelevant to anyone but the parent who is hoping to impart an adult ideology through reading the book to their kid.
If you want to write a kid's book, you have to get on their level. Don't start with your ideas and then try to dumb them down into a kid story - it'll be incoherent and/or boring. Start from the perspective of kids, think about the issues they already understand and relate to, and go from there.