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Both books include activities for children and tips for parents and professionals on topics including: jail visitation guidelines, handling conflict, communication strategies, and a list of resources and further reading.Learn More
Congratulations on ITM Book Award 2019 Top Ten & Nonfiction Recommendation List
We are pleased to announce that Tell Me About When Moms and Dads Come Home From Jail and Tell Me About When Moms and Dads Go to Jail have been selected for the Recommended Nonfiction Book List and as one of this year's Top 10 Titles for the 2019 In the Margins Book Award. After careful consideration and heated debate, our committee of librarians who work with marginalized youth decided that your two books are not only an outstanding fit to recommend to other groups who work with marginalized youth, but has also tied for position as titles on the top ten list, a precedence that has never happened before in the history of this award.
Mommies and Daddies in Jail
Moms and Dads Come Home From Jail
Children, who are victims of their parent's crimes, are often afraid and confused by the changes in their own lives. Their questions and deeply felt concerns are not always addressed.Learn More
Creative Family Projects (Mommies and Daddies in Jail and Moms and Dads Come Home From Jail) is part of the Maryland's Governor's Office for Children initiative for children with an incarcerated parent. The 2017 project in Montgomery County, Maryland is titled, "Creating Healthy Bonds".
MOMMIES AND DADDIES IN JAIL
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MOMMIES AND DADDIES IN PRISON in English and Spanish was created for The Federal Bureau of Prisons.