Children’s book focuses on girls’ optometric experienceAugust 6, 2013
Seana first realizes she doesn’t see the board well at school. She then goes through the examination process in the eye doctor’s office and the selection of frames for her new accessory. It is very positive and upbeat about the entire process and the excitement Seana feels about her new glasses and her corrected vision.
North Carolina author Mary Lou Faircloth said local optometrists have responded very positively to the book, placing copies in their waiting and examination rooms, and considering buying copies to give female pediatric patients as a public relations tool.
The book comes in both hard cover and soft cover, and reviews and purchasing information are available at maryloufaircloth.com.