'Lost For Words'

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'Lost For Words'

A new book which hopes to help young children deal with grief has been published to mark Grief Awareness Week.

Thought to be the first of it's kind 'Lost For Words' has been created by bereaved children and uses words and emojis to help them communicate during difficult times.

The author Benjamin Brooks-Dutton spoke with Tanya about 'Lost for Words: Advice for Children About How to Deal with Grief' which is out now. 

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