Children’s Book by #1 Best Seller Dr. Qooz Helps Overcome 1st Day School Jitters

This book replaces these obvious fears with a positive message. “Children have the ability to embrace and comprehend the future, if we allow them to prepare for it.” Dr. Qooz.

Atoka, United States - June 19, 2018 /PressCable/ —

Atoka, OK -June 19, 2018- The transition from home to school can create scars that last into adulthood. Dr. Qooz, plural of Q, prepares children the night before the first day of school with a story book “Who Are You” for ages 2-6 that tempers the issues of:

.What to expect when alone for the first time,

·Fear of the unknown,

·Group bullying,

·1st time away from Mom and Dad and,

·It’s Ok that everyone is different.

“I believe the passage from home to school is the second biggest trauma of childhood; the first is, of course, being born.” Award winning author Eric Carle, “The Very Hungry Caterpillar”.

Gerri the giraffe has arrived in a jungle classroom from the Land of Fargone that no one has ever heard of.

Gerri feels awkward, has a stutter, is taller, alone and unsure how to fit in.

As Gerri meets each one of his classmates, a solution slowly evolves.

“Who Are You”, the first story book of the “Journey to Fargone” series, won Amazon’s awards of #1 hot new release and #1 best seller awards in ten different children’s book categories.

Dr. Qooz has been able to create a kid’s picture book that has a powerful teaching message combined with wonderful characters, vibrantly colored, that engages the child without the essence of preaching. This delightful book fulfills all the criteria of issues burdening a parent whose child is facing first day of school fears. I would hand this timely literature to any parent, in any language, every time.” Alice Withrow, county Librarian for 45 years.

About Dr.Qooz,

Derrill Fussell, a Best Selling Amazon author, has been writing for a health blog since 1998. He has been collecting stories for almost 62 years. He has 4 children and 18 grandchildren that have been the source of many of his stories.

For more information, visit www.drqooz.com

View the free video book trailer here:

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Parents can take the entire children’s book video for a test drive complete with real animal sounds, narrated by Dr. Qooz before deciding to buy. Free kid’s video book.

“Who Are You?” First Day of School, is available in print or ebook at Amazon, http://amzn.com/1981074058, $6.55, 34 pages, 8 x 10, paperback, ISBN: 1981074051.

Amazon’s Author Central:

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Contact Info:
Name: Derrill Fussell
Email: drqooz@gmail.com
Organization: Dr. Qooz Children's Books
Address: 303 w 12th st, Atoka, Oklahoma 74525, United States
Phone: +1-580-367-0107

For more information, please visit http://www.drqooz.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 361149

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