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Write Now The Getty-Dubay Program for Handwriting Success Paperback – 2011
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THIS IS THE NEW, THIRD EDITION OF WRITE NOW, RELEASED AUGUST 10, 2011. Replaces WRITE NOW: The Complete Program For Better Handwriting (2nd edition). Even in this electronic era, handwriting remains an important form of communication -- and it's personal! Write Now provides a step-by-step program for developing handsome and legible italic handwriting. Writing practice in basic italic (printing) and cursive italic features lessons in the history of writing and numerals. Also included are options, pangrams, timed writing, and guidelines for shape, slope, size, spacing and speed. A reference section features detailed historical development of capital and lowercase letters. Also provided is an introduction to edged pen writing. This book is handwritten. Illustrated. 96 pages
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The book is written for adults. I encourage you to give it a try. It is simple, but not easy---but oh, so worth it. It takes diligent practice. To this day, now 20 years later, when I need to calm down or focus, I practice my handwriting.
At age 50+ plus it becomes very difficult to handle especially without eyeglass magnifiers. My advice to the the publishers is to print a large type version for us Senior Citizens who lack the visual acuity we once had..
I could have easily utilized the college ruled and standard notebook widths at say 45 years of age.. My Senior Calligraphy friends agree that 9mm and slightly larger width lines are suitable for the large number of Senior taking up Italic Handwriting and Italic Handwriting.