• The Ally Bally Bee Project

    We’re on a mission to create
    a personalised children’s book about dementia.

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  • Book coming soon!

    We're working hard to have our book
    ready by Christmas 2016.

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How will it work?

Customise your story

Customise your story

From names to behavioural traits – you decide. After all, dementia affects every family in a different way.

Click to buy

Click to buy

Order you book online in only a matter of clicks.

Your book...

Your book...

...delivered straight to your door or downloaded as en E-book.

Raise much needed funds

Raise much needed funds

Profits will go to a dementia charity of your choice.

How do you explain dementia to a six year old?

The Ally Bally Bee Project is on a mission to make such difficult conversations a little easier with our personalised children’s book about dementia.

Imagine being able to explain “granny’s dementia” to your child with a book that features both of them as the main characters. From names and appearances to certain behavioural traits (after all, dementia affects everyone differently) – we plan to allow for such customisation through an interactive website. Simply create the story online then click to have it delivered to your door!

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Julie Clifford

Julie Clifford

“Fabulous idea. Best of luck with the project.”

#hellomynameisJennie

#hellomynameisJennie

“Wow....this works looks amazing....will watch with huge interest x”

Paper Birch

Paper Birch

“Your project looks incredible & so forward thinking.”

Raymond Smith

Raymond Smith

“Such a great idea! 😃👍🏻”

Agewise

Agewise

“Love your mission!”

@MrsHannahHunt

@MrsHannahHunt

“Looking forward to seeing your project come to completion... My four and two year old would like a book!”

Jeannette

Jeannette

“What a fantastic idea. Everyone give @_Ally_Bally_Bee a follow and support this project”

MindMate

MindMate

"Such a great project :)"

Mairi Houldsworth

Mairi Houldsworth

"Sounds fabulous and enormously useful."

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