NEW! Our New Series For Children With An Incarcerated Parent
The child has many questions about what will happen and, throughout the story, his questions are answered. Both books include activities for children and tips for parents and professionals.
Mommies and Daddies in Jail and 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.
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- Creating Healthy Bonds: Supporting Children with an Incarcerated Parent
Article by Kendra Jochum, Raquel K. Coale, Judi Levine Goozh, and Sue Jeweler, 2020
- Foster Parents and Children with an Incarcerated Parent
Article by Judi Goozh and Sue Jeweler, 2017
- College Students and the Impact of Parental Incarceration: An Introduction
Article by Michael Brick, 2017
- Educators Educating Others About Children with an Incarcerated Parent Within the Jewish Community
National Association of Temple Educators newsletter November 17, 2014
- Explaining Why Mommy or Daddy Is In Jail
American Jails March/April 2011
- Educators Offer Help When Mommies and Daddies Are Jailed
Gazette December 14, 2011
- Magical Meeting Leads to Valuable Resource
Parenting Connection March/April 2012