This Kickstarter project is a LIMITED EDITION. At the moment, there are no plans to publish this book for anyone beyond the backers on Kickstarter during this campaign. So this may be YOUR ONLY CHANCE to get Superpower Your Kids!
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Superpower Your Kids!
A New Parenting Book + App
Superpower Your Kids: A Professor’s Guide to Teaching Children Everything in Just 15 Minutes a Day is a fun, smart, engaging new parenting BOOK + APP from a best-selling author.
For caring proactive parents of kids aged 3-12, a perfect companion to help you through isolation time with your family. The BOOK is almost done and will come out shortly after the campaign. The funds cover basic production costs and we’re on our way to superpower-dom!
If we hit our stretch goals, then we’ll build an amazing companion APP to track your kids’ progress, free for all backers!
Dr Noah Charney is a professor, presenter, columnist, a best-selling author of more than a dozen books, and a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Most importantly, he’s a father of two young girls. For years he’s been preparing this book, based on a unique approach to teaching kids.
Superpower Your Kids: A Professor’s Guide to Teaching Children Everything in Just 15 Minutes a Day is a fun, smart, engaging new parenting book and app from a best-selling author, perfect for caring, proactive parents of kids roughly age 3-12.
About the Author
Dr Noah Charney is a professor of art history specializing in art crime and the internationally best-selling author of more than a dozen books. Born in New Haven, in the US, he has lived in Europe for the past two decades, and settled down in Slovenia, where he lives with his wife, two daughters and a hairless dog named Hubert van Eyck. Noah presents on television (with appearances on CBS, BBC and also here, Discovery, History, Nat Geo and more) and he writes regularly for numerous major publications, including The Guardian and The Washington Post.
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