Retired Professor Provides Educational Opportunity in New Children’s Book

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Tracey Sullivan shares an impactful message about life, loyalty, and friendship

When former math professor Tracey Sullivan adopted a flashy fawn Boxer, already named Tebow, she did not realize the impact he would have on her life and the lives of many others.

With a passion for Tebow and the desire to enlighten both children and adults with positive life lessons, Sullivan wrote “TEBOW TAILS: Caspar’s Conquest.” The first book in an intended series, “TEBOW TAILS,” shows readers how to respond or handle bully behavior and the importance of treating friends the way one would like to be treated.

“The messaging of the book is relevant in today’s society because the issues of bullying as it has become one of the number one concerns with children of all ages,” said Sullivan. “I want to encourage readers to treat others the way they want to be treated, while incorporating a relatable and entertaining storyline.”

Parents will appreciate the book’s positive message and children will be entertained while being challenged by high-end vocabulary in “TEBOW TAILS.”

“TEBOW TAILS: Caspar’s Conquest”
By: Tracey Sullivan
ISBN: 978-1-4834-5800-7 (sc); 978-1-4834-5801-4 (hc); 978-1-4834-5802-1 (e)
Available on Lulu Publishing, Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the author
Tracey Sullivan received a master’s degree in elementary education and accounting from the University of South Florida and University of Florida. She was a math professor at St. Petersburg College for several years. Sullivan and her husband, Bob, have two children and live with their dogs, Tebow and Casper, in Clearwater Beach, Florida. For more information, please visit,


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