Author Lani Larson’s new book “The Bright Ideas Series: Volume II” is the second edition of her uplifting series celebrating children and their diverse families

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Recent release “The Bright Ideas Series: Volume II” from Page Publishing author Lani Larson is a heartwarming collection of short children’s stories introducing Mr. Watts, a magical lamp who resides in a furnished apartment and becomes a special friend and confidant to the children living there. As various tenants pass though, Mr. Watt helps the children understand families come in many shapes and sizes and that any challenge can be overcome with perseverance and compassion.

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Lani Larson, a published poet with a degree in psychology, devout St. Louis Cardinals fan, and avid billiards player who enjoys going to the beach with her family, spending time with all kinds of dogs, and exploring her Irish heritage, has completed her new book “The Bright Ideas Series: Volume II”: a lighthearted and interactive story for school-aged readers.

The Bright Idea Series are stories based on Mr. Watts—a light stand that magically comes to life. He lives in apartment number 4, where he befriends and advises the children that pass through. Mr. Watts assists them in finding solutions to their problems and helps them to see how each family is special. At the end of each story, the reader is invited to share their Bright Idea for today.

Published by Page Publishing, Lani Larson’s engrossing book is a delightful addition to any children’s library.

Readers who wish to experience this engaging work can purchase “The Bright Ideas Series: Volume II” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes Store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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