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Rated 5 stars On Amazon 


I created the "Jasper's Giant Imagination" series to address common issues all children face throughout their lives.  I wrote each story and drew each image through the eyes of a child.  These books are relevant, charming, educational, and humorous.  Parents will appreciate them just as much as kids.   (4RV Publishing)


When Jasper starts school, his laptop doesn’t want to be left alone. It refuses to let Jasper go. It clings to him. Jasper must go to school. His laptop fear makes him sad. What can Jasper do?

Review by Dr. Randy Kulman (LearningWorks For Kids):  Laura Wellington's My Laptop was Lonely is a fun, imaginative story for younger children about how to separate from screens. While the story is simple, the message is powerful. The solution is funny and one that will work with younger children. As a child psychologist, I will suggest this book to the parents of young children who are concerned that their kids are already too attached to their screen time.

Perhaps the best part of the book is the section for parents where Laura answers a number of questions about the importance of children's play. She guides parents and educators to understand that screen time is not inherently bad for kids. Instead, she describes how other forms of play, particularly those that involve physical activity, creativity, social development, and problem-solving skills are vital. Your kids will enjoy the book and the clear insights that it offers will be of great value to parents.


See how Jasper’s giant imagination brings laughter and fun to catching the flu bug. You’ll be delighted and amazed ... and may even want to catch the flu bug, too. Or, maybe not, but a child's imagination can make a difference.

When Jasper's loose tooth refuses to come out of his mouth, see what Jasper does to convince him. My Tooth's Loose makes losing kids' teeth fun, well beyond the money and gifts the tooth fairy brings.

     My Tooth's Loose is for all kids, especially those in the process of losing their teeth, and offers a comforting, humorous, and imaginative approach from the first 'lost tooth' to the very last.


Even though Jasper has tried and tried, he just can’t seem to stop wetting the bed. Now that he is seven, his mom wants him to try again. See who Jasper gets to help him win the war on bedwetting.

   As so many children continue to have problems with bedwetting at later ages, this book helps support them in their attempts to stay dry. Continued bedwetting can be frustrating and even worrisome for both parent and child. This story adds humor and comfort where needed as well as a path towards solution.

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