New children’s book Empowers Parents to skip Years of Grade Failures.

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October 5, 2019, Atoka OK Parents struggling to find ways to help their kids deal with passing grades will soon have a new resource to help them when the new children’s book, Sight to See is launched next week.

Dr. Qooz continues his Fargone series of children’s books. One out of five children have a learning disability or behavior problem that is easily correctable. Your child has no way to let you know that he or she has a problem, and you can’t recognize it.

Sight to See is a book that focuses on a topic that is difficult for parents to discuss with their children.  This book is about a young child, Tode the Turtle, who is slow in class and an undesirable teammate in sports.

A concerned classmate recognizes the possible cause of Tode’s handicap and overnight GREAT changes happen in the life of Tode.

The book is easy to read and features brilliant illustrations that will capture the child’s attention. The storyline is engaging and will hook the child and the PARENTS from start to finish.

Dr. Qooz will give this ebook away for free next week to all parents who leave their email where he can alert you the day you can download it from Amazon for FREE!

5 Star reviews:

“Absolutely TIMELESS!” Dr. J. Harris, CA

This book, “is a classic.” Dr. B. Aven, WA

“Best recantation of this problem with a solution that I have read!

Dr. Clyde S. retired. Naples, FL

Dr. Qooz, (pronounced, plural of Q,) International Best Selling Children’s Book author, debuts his fifth book that answers parent’s and teacher’s questions of how to understand an old problem that plagues our children and students today.

Leave your email and Dr. Qooz will respond with a link to download your free ebook Sight to See next week. In the mean-time enjoy all 4 of the above video books for free! Click HERE to reserve your free ebook.

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