Watkins with son Oscar - Seattle Pridefest 2016.

Watkins with son Oscar - Seattle Pridefest 2016.

See A Needle? was created by Seattle writer & mom Lauri Watkins, who saw an unmet need for materials to teach children what to do if they found a used hypodermic needle. Based on further research and her own experience, she realized that adults needed more information as well! When not writing, hanging out with her son Oscar, or engaging in Seattle's amazing art, theatre, & literary scenes, she can be found fighting for truth, justice, and the American way at Seattle's best Workers' Compensation law firm: causeywright.com

See A Needle?'s artwork by Nicole Raine: https://www.nicoleraine.com/

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