Local Children’s Author: Karen Schaufeld

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Karen Schaufeld
Northern Virginia

Leesburg, VA, local Karen Schaufeld is not only a mom, wife, lawyer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, but a published author too! Among her achievements, Schaufeld dedicates her time to 100WomenStrong, of which she is the Founder and President. Additionally, she is the co-founder of All Ages Read Together (AART), a school readiness program dedicated to educating children in need.

Find this author’s books on Amazon:

How to Eat a Peach
Read all about squirrel as he follows his passion for peaches in this highly suspenseful fable! Enjoy this tale of one’s determination and the need to succeed.

The Lollipop Tree
Perseverance prevails in the story of The Lollipop Tree! Through seasons of change, see what happens to this tree in the face of adversity.

Larry & Bob
Follow a special and unique friendship between a bald eagle and a smallmouth bass in this intriguing story.

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