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Educator and author Karen Firtel Clark released a children’s book

Her publication teaches children how to write.

Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship
Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship

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Former industrial designer and child educator Karen Firtel Clark has released an educational book “Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship.” Her endearing and engaging book teaches not only children with autism, but also children in elementary school who struggle to learn to write.

Karen’s thoughtful work instructs children in proper letter formation, letter height, letter spacing, word spacing and sentence structure. With the help of her designer Shemaryl Evans, Karen demonstrates a colorful and informative way to perform easy-to-create letters, words and sentences for kids. Her book is a perfect guide for parents to help their children enhance their penmanship with exceptional accuracy.

Karen’s collective passion for teaching and love of children inspired her to create this penmanship book. For the past 11 years, Karen has fueled her devotion to teaching children with autism through penmanship, reading, and math.

What an innovative idea to enhance kids’ penmanship! Follow Karen Firtel Clark to the 2019 Miami Book Fair International on November 17-24, 2019. This most anticipated gathering takes place at the Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus. See you there!

“Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship” is now available in all bookstores and online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship
Author | Karen Firtel Clark
Publisher | Readers Magnet
Published Date | February 2019
Genre | Educational
ISBN-13 | 978-1-949981-21-6
Paperback Price | $19.78
Book Cover Designer | Ericka Walker
Interior Layout Designer | Shermaryl Evans
About the Author
Karen Firtel Clark graduated Cum Laude from Arizona State University in Industrial Design, College of Architecture. She was an industrial designer in the aerospace industry for 15 years. When her daughter was born, she began a career in elementary education. Combining her backgrounds in industrial design and elementary education, she spent two years creating the book “Learn to Print (Level 2): A Book to Teach Penmanship,” refining it as she used it with her students. Karen is continuing to work in North Carolina where she resides with her family.

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