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Wanda Luthman
Wanda Luthman
  • Country: United States
  • Books: 9
  • Profession: Author
  • Born: November
  • Member Since: Aug 2016
  • Profile Views: 13,145
  • Followers: 36
  • Writing:

    Children's
BIOGRAPHY

Helping people, especially children, be the best they can be comes naturally to me as I'm a Guidance Counselor and I hold a License in Mental Health Counseling. My books tell stories with positive social and emotional messages woven into them. I've been married 23 years and have a daughter in college. I have 2 yorkies and about a dozen feral cats (they live outside and are all fixed). The beauty of nature and the quirky uniqueness of people inspire me.

  • Wanda Luthman

Book Views: 135

Hayley the Halloween Cat and The Search for Bitty the Bat

Publish Date: Oct 27, 2018

Genre: Children's

avg rating5 - 2 reviews on Amazon

Wanda Luthman's Books

Hayley the Halloween Cat and The Search for Bitty the Bat

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Publication Date: Oct 27, 2018

Children's

5 (2 ratings)

Franky the Friendly Flamingo: An Anti-Bullying Book (The Franky the Flamingo Series)

Franky the Friendly Flamingo: An Anti-Bullying Book (The Franky the Flamingo Series)

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Publication Date: Sep 24, 2019

Children's

5 (1 ratings)

Sophia the Christmas Eve Snow Bunny & The Real Gift

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Publication Date: Dec 23, 2018

Children's

4.6 (3 ratings)

Franky the Thirsty Flamingo

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Publication Date: Nov 10, 2018

Children's

5 (2 ratings)

Franky The Finicky Flamingo: The Cure for a Picky Eater

Franky The Finicky Flamingo: The Cure for a Picky Eater

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Publication Date: Nov 03, 2017

4.6 (44 ratings)

Little Birdie Grows Up

Little Birdie Grows Up

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Children's

4.5 (25 ratings)

A Turtle's Magical Adventure

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Children's

4.7 (22 ratings)

Gloria and the Unicorn (The Unicorn Series) (Volume 1)

Gloria and the Unicorn (The Unicorn Series) (Volume 1)

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4.3 (14 ratings)

Wanda Luthman Interview

  • On 11, 12 2018

    Wanda Luthman interview

    The majority of Wanda Luthman's childhood was spent in the suburbs of St. Louis, MO. The first book that made her cry was Charlotte's Web and she considers that her favorite children's book. What counseling, in general, has taught her is that we all share in the human condition. As an author her spirit animal would probably be the unicorn. Her daughter was her inspiration... read full interview

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      • WandaLuthman 1 monthAuthor
      • Literary success to me means that I've touched a child's heart and stirred them to be a better person than before.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • What inspired you to start writing? How long have you been writing?
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      • WandaLuthman 1 monthAuthor
      • People, places, and animals are serve as inspiration for my writing. Usually, I'll get a nugget of a concept I want to share with children and then I think of a character that I want to deliver that message.
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    • allauthor 1 monthAllauthor
    • If you could tell your younger writing self anything, what would it be?
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      • WandaLuthman 1 monthAuthor
      • I would encourage my younger self to keep writing and pursue it as a career much sooner than I did. I had no idea I could make a career out of it, so it stayed as a hobby until later in life.
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