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A Parent's Message: Interactive Program Supporting Parent-Child Bond

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“A Parent’s Message: Interactive Program Supporting Parent-Child Bond – The First Step Toward Reunification” is an interactive book of activities for families of incarcerated loved ones. This text:

Aligns with goals of Parent Education Programs
Uses format for voluntary facilitated groups and/or self study
Supports incarcerated parent’s identity as a parent not offender
Facili
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Paperback, 112 pages
Published 2013 by Hibiscus Publishing
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Shelly
Feb 28, 2014 rated it it was amazing
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I met the author of this amazing book today. We visited for a long time, and she gave me a copy to take home and review. I find myself unexpectedly moved to tears by my reading of this book cover to cover.

This is an interactive book to be shared between an inmate and their child. When a child's father or mother is sentenced to prison, there is so much upheaval in that child's life. Chaos, uncertainty, disruption--even if the life they were liven before the incarceration was hell on earth, there
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Katie
Dec 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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This book is an incredible resource for any family with an incarcerated loved one. The perforated pages provide more than 60 activities for a parent and child to complete with one another by mail. Keeping lines of communication open between a child and his or her incarcerated parent is essential to ensure that feelings of confusion, frustration, or anger are properly dealt with. Considering that research proves the retention of the parent-child bond throughout a period of incarceration creates p ...more
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Dr. Clark is a retired educator of nearly thirty-five years in education for the at risk and special needs children in both private and public schools.

Dr. Clark is the author of award-winning children’s picture books. Dr. Clarkw rites extensively on child development, parenting, parent-child relationships, grand-parenting, and related topics.