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Will you back a book to help children understand bereavement?

GA member Inspired Goodbyes is self-publishing a book to help children understand bereavement.

GA member Inspired Goodbyes is self-publishing a book to help children understand bereavement. But the project will only be funded if Sophie Lucop-Leech and Helen Lawson, authors of It's Not Fair!, raise £10,000-worth of pledges by October 22nd to pay for it to be illustrated, designed, published and promoted.

They're trying to do this through a Kickstarter fund and in return are offering rewards - which start at £5 - for those people who would like the name of someone they love and miss featured in the book.

Say Sophia and Helen, "We're a small company, just the two of us, and we re-invest our profits to create new ranges of sympathy cards and attend trade shows to promote what we do. This is why we have created this campaign to help us get our book published.

"It's horrible when someone we love dies. It's hard enough for adults to comprehend - imagine how difficult it is for little ones. This is why we've written It's Not Fair!

"Our book is designed for younger children and uses appropriate jokes and language. It's funny, silly, even a little bit daft in places but it gives children permission to let their feelings out as well as let them know it's okay to have fun sometimes. It might even make they smile."

If you're interested in contributing to the fund, go to: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1797123497/its-not-fair-helping-children-understand-bereaveme