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The Family Connections Center

List of Books for Children of Incarcerated Parents
 

When Andy’s Father Went to Prison by Martha Hickman

A Trip to the Big House by Oliver Butterworth

Joey’s Visit by Donna Jones

Let’s Talk About When Your Parent Is in Jail by Maureen K. Wittbold

Just for You – Children with Incarcerated Parents - Center for Children with Incarcerated Parents, Pacific Oaks College and Children’s Programs, 714 West California Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105

roomMy Mother and I Are Growing Stronger by Inez Maury

Two in Every Hundred: a special workbook for children with a parent in prison

There Are Some Real Special Kids In Our Class by Frank M. Black

Keeping in Touch by Long Distance by Ann Kerniski

A Visit With Daddy by Frank M. Black

My Mom Went to Jail by Kathleen Hodgkins and Suzanne Bergen

Dad’s in Prison by Sandra Cain and Margaret Speed

I Know How You Feel Because This Happened to Me - Center for Children with Incarcerated Parents, Pacific Oaks College and Children’s Programs, 714 West California Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91105

A Visit with Daddy by Frank M. Black

A Visit with Mommy by Frank M. Black

Help for Kids  Understanding Your Feelings About Having A Parent in Prison or Jail  For Kids Ages Six and Older by Carole Gesme

When a Parent Goes to Jail A Comprehensive Guide for Counseling Children of Incarcerated Parents by Rebecca Yaffe and Lonnie Hoade

Regarding addiction: “My Dad Loves Me, My Dad Has A Disease” by Claudia Black

 

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