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Johnnie W. Lewis is the author and self-taught illustrator of "The Five Finger Paragraph©" and "The Writing Police" series of books and Learning Aids.
As a Navy brat, Johnnie moved so often that she missed many things. As a college freshman, she found out that one of the most important things missing from her education was how to write an essay. After failing one English course and almost failing it the second time, she suddenly realized one day in class, at the age of 24, HOW to format that essay to guarantee an "A"!! She never made less than an "A" on an essay or term paper ever again! Although Johnnie has allowed her K-4 Teaching Certificate "collect rust and dust," she uses her knowledge in her books, which are designed to help teachers and students.
Johnnie's innate sense of "write" and wrong has led her to many fields of the discipline -- humor, romance, education, editing, plays, poetry, and technical writing. As long as her computer works, Johnnie is happy writing!
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The Five Finger Paragraph and The Five Finger Essay: Grades K-12 Supplement Kit
This "Kit in a book" contains: 7 Charts that facilitate learning, printable Transparencies of those Charts, Quick Guide Cards and Bookmarkers. It is recommended that the Charts, Quick Guide Cards and Bookmarkers be printed and laminated for continual practice and re-use in the classroom. Print Transparencies on the appropriate film
The Writing Police and The Case of the Missing Commas
There has been a rash of "thefts" from Ebenezer School on Addison Road and The Writing Police officer, W.P. for short, and his assistant, Lt. Priscilla Penn, have been called in to solve the case. The only things that were stolen were -- every comma key on every keyboard and typewriter in the school!
The Writing Police and The Point of the Perplexing Periods
The “Writing Police” characters, Woodruff B. Papier, The Writing Police Officer, and his assistant, Lt. Penn, have adventures, in the town of Paperville, while helping people (students AND adults!) write and speak their language correctly.
Kate Brockett’s orphanage experience had not prepared her for Hampshire House..., or for him!
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