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Posted: Wednesday, November 23, 2016 10:00 am

Thoughts are running a little deep in Gigglyville.

Phoenix-based author Judy Egett (J.E.) Laufer has just published her second young children’s book set in the magical town of Gigglyville, “What’s YOUR Birthday Wish?” While the first book, “Last Night I Had a Laughmare: Bedtime Adventures in Gigglyville,” was aimed at getting children to think happy thoughts at bedtime, “What’s YOUR Birthday Wish?” opens the door for discussions about kindness, anger, bullying, compassion and more.

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