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Police Commissioner funds The Daisy Chain Project to write childrens’ book

Police Commissioner funds The Daisy Chain Project to write childrens' book

The Office of the Police Commissioner has kindly funded The Daisy Chain Project to write a book for child victims and witnesses of domestic abuse.

Thanks to the generosity of the OPCC, an in-store collection in Waitrose, and donors on a Just Giving page, ‘The Garden Broom’ should be out in the later part of 2019. The book is by Francesca Reilly and Jade-Shannon Patrick and focuses on the range of emotions a child might feel in a domestic abuse environment and what the child should do in those situations. It is targeted at ages 3-7 years.

The book will be available for purchase on Amazon and some copies will be given out to schools, libraries, and other charities dealing with domestic abuse victims.

 

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