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Moving from one city to another is hard. From packing countless boxes, to the sad farewell to friends and family, moving is physically and emotionally draining. It can be even more so for children.

Mitch Boyer, author of “Vivian The Dog Moves to Brooklyn,” wanted to help children struggling with the move to someplace new. Boyer and his pup, Vivian, created a children’s book for anyone who may have trouble adjusting to their new city.

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With over 500 backers through Kickstarter, a global crowdfunding platform, the book was fully funded in under a week. The children’s book is currently in production. A release date is yet to be determined.

Kaitlyn Winey About the author:
Kaitlyn Winey is an associate videographer/editor for Rare. Follow her on Twitter @TheWineyWrapUp.
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